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Snapchat Admits Its Photos Don’t ‘Disappear Forever’

09
May
2014

Snapchat can no longer legally claim that photos sent over its service are \ephemeral,\ \disappear forever\ and \arent saved,\ after a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission today (May 8). The FTC argued that Snapchat was \deceiving customers\ because Snapchat users have a number of ways to save these messages, such as opening Snapchat messages in third-party apps. Additionally, the FTC complaint accused Snapchat of misleading users about how much personal data it collects and how securely it stores that data.

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