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Commentary: A lesson from FaceApp: Learning to relate to the older person we will become

When given the choice, about 85% of people say they would not want to know about some negative event far in the future. Yet in recent days more than 150 million people around the globe have downloaded FaceApp, which allows users to see how they might age in real life - wrinkles and all.

Despite widespread privacy concerns over the uploading of photos to the app, millions purposely sought out a program

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