In an unfolding tale of privacy lost, our own images are being stolen as people make us look older, another gender, or more. Another proof of “if you don’t know what is up for sale, then it’s you.” Sure, there’s more about how it’s Russians, and that it’s even more insidious, but my approach is to look at the basics, as they are bad enough.

FaceApp now owns access to images of over 150 million users’ faces and names, according to a Wednesday-published Forbes report.

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