Mozilla Foundation discovers privacy risks in AI romance apps. 

Reviewing 11 chatbots, it labels all as untrustworthy. 

Valentine's Day study reveals chatbots promoting toxicity. 

Apps lack transparency, with 73% ignoring security details. 

Weak passwords allowed by 45% of the surveyed apps. 

Privacy concerns arise as apps share or sell personal data. 

CrushOn.AI's privacy policy collects users' sensitive health info. 

Some chatbots raise concerns with violent or underage content. 

Past incidents include encouraging suicide and fictional assassination. 

Replika denies selling data, aims to improve user conversations. 

Mozilla advises precautions for those engaging in AI romance. 

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