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FaceApp: FBI must investigate possible national security risk and links to Russia, says US Congress leader

The hugely popular FaceApp, which allows people to make themselves look old, could be a national security risk and the FBI must open an investigation into the app, according to a senior leader in the US Congress.

Investigators should work to understand the privacy and safety risks posed by the viral app, said US Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer.

The app could have put millions of citizens at risk, he said. He suggested that the fact the app is owned by a company based in Russia might mean that it being used for nefarious geopolitical ends.

It comes as presidential candidates were instructed to delete the app immediately by Democrat security chief Bob Lord.

There is no evidence that FaceApp provides user data to the Russian government. While it is run out of Russia, FaceApp claims that no information about users’ photos is actually passed through servers in the country.

Democrats have invested heavily in bolstering party cyber defenses after U.S. intelligence agencies determined that Russia used hacking as part of an effort to boost support for President Donald Trump’s 2016 election campaign. Russia has repeatedly denied those claims.

FaceApp, which was developed by Wireless Lab, a company based in St. Petersburg, says on its website that it has over 80 million active users. Its CEO, Yaroslav Goncharov, used to be an executive at Yandex, widely known as “Russia’s Google.”

The app, which was launched in 2017, made headlines in 2018 when it removed its ‘ethnicity filters’ after users condemned them as racist.

More recently, it has faced scrutiny from the public over issues such as not clearly communicating that the app uploads images to the cloud rather than processing them locally on a user’s device.

It is not clear how the artificial intelligence application retains the data of users or how users may ensure the deletion of their data after usage, Schumer said in the letter.

Schumer said the photo editing app’s location in Russia raises questions about how FaceApp lets third parties, including foreign governments, have access to the data of American citizens.

In a statement cited by media outlets, FaceApp has denied selling or sharing user data with third parties.

“99% of users don’t log in; therefore, we don’t have access to any data that could identify a person,” the company said in a statement, adding that most images are deleted from its servers within 48 hours of the upload date.

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“A Love Sonnet for Technology” by Drew Gaither

Connect. Disconnect. Reload. Help…

No service. Out of range. Out of date. Out of print.

You’re up, I’m down; I’m down, you’re up.

I miss you; I love you; I want you.

Good morning, good night….

Hello?      Hello?      Drowning in silence.

Help. Compute. I’m sorry.

Left. Delivered. Seen. Opened. Read.

What’s going on in your head today?

Breathe, calm, steady, relax.

You’re lagging, you’re breaking up.

No speed, no quality, shit technology.

Technology is stupid. I can’t take this virtual prison.

Give me you, in the flesh, not these pixels of poison.

No voice cutting out, no word left unheard,

Just raw in the flesh–

Flesh. Our flesh together, touching.

Our lips together. Our passion true.

Give me you, in the flesh,

And then burn the technology to the ground.

Fuck the capitalists, I’m losing reality.

They have slain me. Goodbye.

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Fortnite now has a giant pink robot and a mysterious countdown ahead of Season 10

As season 9 of Fortnite draws to a close, another mysterious object has appeared on Fortnite Island, together with a countdown to what will likely be another major in-game event.

Over the last few days, a massive pink robot has been gradually assembled within the crater of the volcano that erupted in Season 8 of the hit video game.

Beside the robot, and in several other locations around the game, is a floating timer counting down to 7pm BST on Saturday, 20 July.

The giant robot has a Transformer’s aesthetic but comes with a number of peculiar features.

Its right hand appears to be the head of a cartoon dinosaur, while its head looks like that of a teddy bear.

The right foot is an anthropomorphised tomato and its left foot is a goofy-looking hamburger.

The appearance of the pink machine comes after a monster thawed out earlier in season 9 and began swimming around the island.

This has led to speculation among some players that the robot and the monster will face off on Saturday night.

Previous season-ending events have included a massive purple cube transforming into a portal to a new dimension at the end of season 6.

Fortnite developer Epic Games has remained tight-lipped about the most recent developments but has recently been hyping the Fortnite World Cup Finals, set to take place later this month in New York.

The three-day event will see the world’s best Fortnite players come together to compete for $30 million worth of prize money.