Hide Your Tits, Snapchats Don’t Really Get Deleted

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It turns out that the once glorious app devoted to sharing pictures of boobs and poop with friends has a dirty little secret of its own. A Utah Security Firm recently discovered that previously received Snapchats are, in fact, saved in each individual phone’s memory.

The “Digital Forensics Examiner,” who took a much needed break from finding child pornography on the computers of perverts and discovered this fatal Snapchat flaw, attested that these supposed deleted files were easier to find than pictures directly taken from the phone. The Utah security expert was not available for comment, presumably because he’s spent the last 48 hours masturbating furiously to his stash of forgotten Snapchat tits.

While this may be a big deal for some, the real problem here is the fact that we as a generation trusted what claimed to be a consequence free messaging system. Granted, throughout the app’s entire existence users could easily employ the iPhone screencap feature to save any message sent through the service. Sure, Snapchat would send you a notification whenever your messaging mate captured an image, but so fucking what? What exactly are you going to say?

“Hey, I know I willingly sent a picture of my dick to you, but that’s pretty uncool that you saved it. Please don’t show your friends.” How many confrontations out there like this actually happened? I’m going to guess very few, and I know for a fact that Snapchatted boobs spread faster than a Amanda Bynes legs when she sees a chocolate covered frozen banana.

Something like this was bound to happen. In this day and age, time and time again we’ve seen that there’s no such thing as a consequence free naked photo. My suggestion? Let’s make Polaroid nudes a thing. That way, even if your photo gets in the wrong hands, at least it isn’t on the fucking internet, unless those wrong hands own a scanner. They probably do.

[via Beta Beat]

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