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Snapchat Sued Over Speed Filter After User Crashed at 107MPH

So apparently social media app Snapchat seems to have a knack for getting into trouble. First, teens and pre-teens loved the app as a vehicle to send nude photos because the pictures supposedly disappeared soon after sending them. But capturing a screenshot of your phone saved the pics forever and soon enough people were sharing […]

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UK Revenge Porn Law Could be Model for US Law

The United Kingdom could soon pass the world’s first national Revenge Porn bill.┬áThe legislation, which is currently going through Parliament, will cover any private sexual image of someone that is circulated, both on and offline, without their consent and designed to cause distress. The bill defines Revenge Porn as “Photographs or films which show people […]