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The 10 Things Your Kids Don't Want You To Know About Snapchat

There are some things your kids don't want you to know!

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    1.) Snapchat is often used as another form of "sexting".

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    2.) Snapchat is often used by young people between the ages of 18-29 who "sexts" the most.

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    3.) Though the picture deletes itself, the person viewing it can still grab a copy by taking a screenshot.

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    4.) There are websites where explicit screenshots of Snapchat pictures live and are often updated with new photos daily.

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    5.) Snapchat can be used by identity thieves to use pictures and pose them as their own.

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    6.) These photos, though "deleted" can still be used in court cases if there is a need to!

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    7.) Depending on which carrier you have, your photos may not be deleted but just hidden from you. This means photos can still be retrieved!

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    8.) Snapchat, has been in the past, used as a form of bullying in schools.

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    9.) Though it is a photo sharing site meant to be sent to friends, the app was not built to be "Private" photo sharing!

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    10.) Under the terms of service you can read this: “Although we attempt to delete image data as soon as possible after the message is transmitted, we cannot guarantee that the message contents will be deleted in every case.”

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