There's no secret folder, and it's not really to do with naked pictures — just tools to help you organise your photos. A newly viral post is encouraging people to find out the "folder", and look at what is contained in there. And while some of the reports are true, they aren't all — or as intimate — they seem.
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Even though the technology behind deepfakes is undoubtedly impressive, it seems that news surrounding its use is routinely negative. The latest deepfake news fell into that bucket as users online uncovered an app that generates realistic nude pictures of women. The app—cleverly titled DeepNude—was first uncovered by Motherboard.