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As a parent, you can be forgiven for wondering: “How do I help my child use their phone wisely when I don’t even know what the danger is?”
Snapchat has reached such a massive scale that it’s now more important than ever for users to be mindful of security while using the self-destructing photo app.
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Snapchat has had a security breach that affects a huge number of its users. Usernames and phone numbers of 4.6 million users have been leaked on the website SnapChatDB.info, which has now been suspended.