ToonMe is making waves on Twitter – how wary should we be?


The ToonMe application is owned by Linerock Investments LTD, whose best-known application is Photo Lab. — AFP Relaxnews

It’s without a doubt the application of the moment on Twitter. A big hit on the social network, ToonMe can make us look like we’re characters from a Pixar movie. On the platform, regular web users and celebrities alike are having a laugh as they post photos of themselves, seemingly unconcerned about sharing their personal data, which is a very real issue.

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