When “it’s gone” doesn’t mean it’s really gone?
Ian Sherr reports:
At Snapchat, what once was lost can now be found — for a price.
The social-networking startup, which Facebook tried to buy for $3 billion two years ago, began offering US customers a new way to watch old videos and photos Tuesday.
The plan is to charge customers to re-watch old messages, called snaps, after they’ve been viewed an initial time. This circumvents one of the service’s key selling points of allowing users to send one another messages that disappear after they’re viewed.
Read more on CNET.
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