Snapchat:
Privacy Guide

What is Snapchat? Snapchat is a mobile messaging application used to share photos, videos, text, and drawings. It’s free to download the app and free to send messages using it. It has become hugely popular in a very short space of time, especially with young people. There is one feature that makes Snapchat different from other forms of texting and photo sharing: the messages disappear from the recipient’s phone after a few seconds.

Once you have set up an account, by default, anyone who knows your username or phone number can send you a message. Additionally, privacy concerns revolve around Live Stories, Snap Map and Group Chats - take a look below on how your can increase privacy controls.

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Data Linked to You

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Health & Fitness (NO)

Purchases (YES)

Financial Info (NO)

Location (YES)

Contact Info (YES)

Contacts (YES)

User Content (YES)

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Search History (YES)

Browsing History (NO)

Identifiers (YES)

Usage Data (YES)

Sensitive Info (NO)

Diagnostics (YES)

Other Data (NO)

Snapchat App - What it's collecting on you.

We've provide this graphic based on Snapchat's privacy policy and data that may be collected or linked to your identify.

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