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  • Snapchat's False Sense of Security

    Snapchat provides a false sense of security, because when you sign up the user agreement states that nobody else will see your pictures unless you post them, or want them shown. But, on the other hand there have been numerous complaints of privacy infractions and private pictures that were taken and shown to others. The agreement says one thing, but in reality, your personal information is not that hard to obtain.

  • Yes, Snapchat provides a false sense of privacy by promoting the perception that photos taken and sent on Snapchat disappear after a short amount of time.

    The perception that photos taken and sent on Snapchat disappear and are not stored elsewhere provides a false sense of privacy to users. There are many ways around Snapchat’s privacy policy, including: taking a photo of the Snapchat with another device, third-party applications that allow users to save Snapchat transmissions, saved Snapchat inboxes, and the plethora of hackers in the world. The belief that a photo you send in a Snapchat conversation will be kept private is a fallacy, and a dangerous one for many users.

  • Yes, snapchat provides a false sense of privacy

    I agree that Snapchat provides a false sense of privacy. Although Spanchat is often not connected to the "cloud", people can easily use these images to upload to the Internet. I believe it is easy to share another person's private information through Snapchat and that people are often unaware of such risks.

  • No, Snapchat does not provide a false sense of privacy

    No, Snapchat does not provide a false sense of privacy. Anything you do online does not provide you any real level of privacy. If you are looking for privacy, turn off the gadgets and go back to a time when no-one knew who you were unless you told them. With the amount of technology available today, nothing is private.


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