After The Fappening you’d expect the next big haul of nudes to be of more offended celebrities, but instead it hits home over and over times 200,000 and 90,000 videos. That’s how many pictures were taken from a third party Snapchat app. In a time where people are exploring their sexuality, or sluttyness, there is no safety. The idea that sending a picture that would eventually disappear in a matter of seconds was and probably still is too good for many to pass up. But now we learn as is the case with all kinds of social media, it never goes away. Once you put it out on the internet, it’s always going to be out there.
Now, I’m not sure how much money the dudes that invented Snapchat had when they turned down the obscene offer of money for the app (upwards of 50+ million dollars). Plenty of developers turn over opportunities for millions and instead hand off phone apps for free. But who’s to say that people won’t try to sue for some kind of privacy laws? Not saying they’d be right, but it could certainly happen. Or snappen. Had to do that.
There’s even videos out there. Who knows what the hackers found that might be of value to someone. There’s probably not classified secrets on any of these files, but isn’t this just as bad as the NSA spying on us? Seems a bit hypocritical if you ask me. What’s the point anyways? I know. Let’s shame a bunch of people who may or may not have something to lose by posting pictures online for all to see. Doesn’t really seem like a sound logic. The Fappening was interesting because it was celebrities, even though we know that everyone does that shit.
Anyways, who’s ready to see what happens with all these photos and videos? There are names out there along with how many messages were sent. This is maybe the only good thing about not having an iPhone. My guess is this doesn’t stop anyone from doing anything. The Fappening certainly didn’t.