FTC finalizes charges against Snapchat for not protecting user data

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Remember when we realized that all those Snapchat “snaps” that were supposed to disappear could be accessed by just looking at the app’s directory on your phone via a third-party app? If you were upset, you weren’t alone. Turns out FTC was a bit miffed as well. Today the FTC finalized charges against Snapchat for deceiving customers about the disappearing nature of messages sent through the service. If the messages are still retrievable, they aren’t really disappearing now are they? The FTC goes on to say, “Snapchat also deceived consumers over the amount of personal data it collected and the…



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