Deleting 'Snaps' Doesn't Make Them Disappear

Snapchats, Instagram photos and Facebook posts could still exist stored on a server.
0:35 | 05/09/14

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Ask any team and I'll tell you the beauty of -- chat is that you take a picture you sent it to a friend and it is that automatically deleted actors a couple of seconds after its open. At least that's what the subject people said would have but after settling false claim charges with the FTC. That Chad admits those pictures might in fact living somewhere on a server snapshot also out of trouble for secretly collecting private information from its users. So as part of the settlement -- -- will not be collecting that information anymore and if someone takes a screen shot of the picture the senator. We'll get a notification.

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