Nov 172014
 
 November 17, 2014  Breaches, Business

Charlie Osborne reports:

Snapchat has begun issuing warnings to users about linking third-party apps to the platform’s API, and will start locking the accounts of those who do not comply.

The messaging app is a popular service due to a feature that deletes data, including text and images, after they have been viewed by the recipient. However, the use of third-party apps that breach this private arena — as well as a recent cyberattack caused by this weak link in the chain — has been a cause for concern.

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