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 April 3, 2015  Posted by  Business, Featured News, Govt, Surveillance

Erin Griffith reports:

The disappearing photo-sharing company has complied with U.S. government data reports at a higher rate than Google, Facebook, Twitter and Yahoo.

Snapchat, the app for sending disappearing messages, is one of the least transparent companies when it comes to divulging details about its growth, its number of users, and venture funding. But today it made an exception by publishing its first ever transparency report to show how often it has shared data with law enforcement.

Read more on Fortune.


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