Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer wrote a letter to the FBI and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) expressing his “concerns” over the popular FaceApp app that has proliferated across social media channels.
Schumer’s scrutiny over the app stems from its origins in Russia; he believes its use by Americans “could pose national security and privacy risks for millions of US citizens.”
“It would be deeply troubling if the sensitive personal information of US citizens was provided to a hostile foreign power actively engaged in cyber hostilities against the United States,” Schumer said in the letter.
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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer wrote a letter to the FBI and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) expressing his “concerns” over the popular FaceApp app that has proliferated across social media channels.

Schumer’s scrutiny over the app stems from its origins in Russia; he believes its use by Americans “could pose national security and privacy…

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