Could FaceApp Be Sending Your Info to Russia? Today on Inside Edition
Cybersecurity experts are warning you may be giving up a lot more than just a photo.
FaceApp, the app that ages your face by decades, may seem like good fun, but could it be jeopardizing your privacy?
Cybersecurity experts are warning you may be giving up a lot more than just a photo. Also raising red flags? The app was developed by a Russian company based in St. Petersburg, but the company says it respects and protects users privacy.
The wife of "Bachelor" creator Mike Fleiss claims he attacked her when he learned she was pregnant a second time. He denies the allegations. Find out what he says happened.
A husband is making a desperate plea for help finding his wife, who he says vanished while on a hike in the desert wearing just a bikini. Hear why he thinks she was taken.
And a sheriff's deputy shares details of his scary confrontation with a security guard.
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