Snapchat’s fun. It allows you to send pictures and videos that disappear after a set number of seconds.
Younger users assume this means the pictures disappear forever and can never be found, so they may be snapchatting with reckless abandon. Turns out Snapchat saves them on its database. Also, it is easy enough to screenshot the picture. And as a result of a high-profile breach earlier this year via a third-party app, third-party apps that link to Snapchat are no longer allowed.
If your children are using Shapchat (free for iOS and Android), remind them that whatever they “snap” may end up on one of the numerous Hacked Snapchat websites.
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