'Snap Map means personal location is no longer sacred'

It is truly remarkable technology but it is opening a can of worms, writes Colette Sexton

27th June, 2017
Snapchat is on the move Pic: Getty

Are you a stalker? Untrusting of your partner? Afraid your friends are hanging out without you? Great news! With Snapchat’s new feature your worst fears can be realised.

The app started out as a way of allowing people to send pictures and videos to each other that disappear instantly, but it has added features including stories that last for up to 24 hours and Discover, which allows brands to share short form content.


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