Around , private photos sent using the photo messaging app Snapchat were reportedly stolen and leaked on Thursday. People on the Internet message board 4chan , which was blamed in part for the recent hack of celebrity nudes as well, began passing around the Snapchat photos on Thursday night, according to Business Insider. It's likely that many of the photos compromised belonged to underaged users, since 50 percent of Snapchat's users are between the ages of 13 and If the photos are deemed pornographic -- Snapchat users have a history of sending racy photos -- possession and distribution of them could lead to prison time.
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Subscriber Account active since. A giant database of intercepted Snapchat photos and videos has been released by hackers who have been collecting the files for years. Shocked users of the notorious chat forum 4chan are referring to the hack as "The Snappening," noting that this is far bigger than the iCloud hacks that recently targeted celebrities. Underground photo-trading chat rooms have been filled in recent weeks with hints that something big was coming. Thursday night it finally arrived: A third-party Snapchat client app has been collecting every single photo and video file sent through it for years, giving hackers access to a 13GB library of Snapchats that users thought had been deleted.
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The perpetual embattlement of online privacy has captivated many, and for good reason. How would you like your privacy invaded with multiple photos of private moments plastered all over the Internet ready for any creepy person to take and use for their benefit? We are guessing this wouldn't sit well with you would it?
The trove of private snaps were first posted online at a fake website called viralpop. They went on to share the files on 4Chan, according to The Daily Beast. The massive pilfering of private snaps, which comes on the heels of the celebrity photo hack, has shifted attention to third party apps that allow Snapchat recipients to surreptitiously save the otherwise ephemeral photos.