The FaceApp recently went viral because of its ability to predict highly realistic transformation of faces in photographs. It can either make you look younger or older or even change your gender.
It’s all fun to use especially when you can change people’s face and see what they would look like if they were younger or older. One thing the app has shown us is the fact that people don’t really care about their privacy online.
- [Must Read] Top Smartphone released already in 2019
Using the FaceApp simply means you are biting more than you can chew. Even our favorite celebrities and world leaders have undergone some sort of facial transformation using the app.
What You Should be Concerned About For Using FaceApp
The FaceApp problem stems from the terms and condition of the app. By using the FaceApp you agree to give them rights to use your name, image or any form of media you upload without any compensation.
This means you can’t be paid for it or have any rights to complain or force them to take it down. The FaceApp retains your image long after you might have even deleted it from your phone.
This has shown how people give away vital information for free on the internet using free apps.
The FaceApp was developed by Wireless Lab and the founded by Yaroslav Goncharov.
After so much criticism he was questioned on the privacy of user data and he stated that user data and uploaded images were transferred to Russia but instead it was spread across Google Cloud and Amazon Web Services.
Over 150 million images and names have been synched on the FaceApp which makes it worrisome. And they have a never-ending, irrevocable royalty free license to do almost everything they wish with them.