FT Mufti: Muslims banned from using FaceApp


FaceApp uses AI to change the appearance of a person in a photo, including ‘swapping’ the gender. — Screenshot from FaceApp website

The Federal Territories Mufti office has issued an Irsyad Al-Fatwa prohibiting Muslims from using the face-swapping app FaceApp.

In a statement posted on its website, the FT Mufti office said altering a photo of one's face using FaceApp and sharing it is prohibited (dilarang).

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