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Jun 26 Posted 1 year ago
My biggest concern is that there is no age verification on anything anymore. A kid can say they are 13 and they may be eight. There are no checks and balances for kids on the wild, wild internet.
Also, Snapchat is under huge scrutiny by parent groups and a complaint has been filed with the FTC by EPIC for misleading users about privacy. Evidently, the photos may not really disappear and the company even says so in their terms of service. You can see in the link below that the developer's attitude is very flippant about the loophole. I train college athletes to use social media and Snapchat is on every educator's list of dangerous and deceiving apps. Not a fan. http://www.digitaltrends.com/social-media/privacy-organization-epic-files-ftc-complaint-against-snapchat/