Between July 1 and December 31 last year a total of 11,775,777 videos were removed that originated in the United States—which was more than any other country.
The feature is ready to use on Facebook Messenger, too, so your secrets will stay safe on the internet.
Snapchat said the president's account would be permanently terminated on January 20 "in the interest of public safety." It's far from the only platform to restrict him.
Snapchat has suspended the president's account, joining Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
The popular TikTok trend sees users discovering which Disney princess they look like—with uncanny results.
James Palmucci was found with fabric around his neck on the day he was due before a Florida court.
"This is what our finest software engineering minds are working on at the moment," one Redditor commented.
The filter adapts to the user's face and allows them to see what they would look like as an anime character.
The school district's superintendent opted to postpone the game in the interest of keeping students safe, after the violent and racially motivated social media posts began circulating.
"The biggest finding is that TikTok doesn't have suspicious behavior when it uploads logs," cyber researcher Baptiste Robert told Newsweek. "The logs don't contain personal data, or at least nothing unusual."
Taylor and Ye have a long relationship that shows them going from rivals to friends to rivals again, and Swift dropping her album the same day that Kanye plans to release his is just the latest jab in their beef.
Twitter users are confused and annoyed by everyone on Snapchat turning their Bitmojis purple—this is why they are doing it.
A 2014 episode of TenMinutePodcast titled "Don't Have Snapchat" features D'Elia taking part in a discussion about the social media platform with co-hosts Will Sasso and Bryan Callen who accuse him of being "offensive," "licentious" and "disgusting."
A clip from comedy podcast "The Fighter and The Kid" has gone viral for showing D'Elia's sudden realization that Snapchat content can indeed be saved.
"We simply cannot promote accounts in America that are linked to people who incite racial violence, whether they do so on or off our platform," Snap CEO Evan Spiegel said in a staff memo.
"My Snapchat's aren't coming through and it comes up at the top with a grey error when I refresh," one frustrated user wrote to a verified support account on Twitter today.
"Graduate Together 2020" will air across multiple networks on May 16 and will see President Barack Obama, LeBron James, Megan Rapinoe and many others paying tribute to the class of 2020.
The hashtag #SnapchatDown was trending on Twitter after thousands of people tweeted about issues with the app.
Snapchat is part of Snap Inc. and is known for its picture and video sending app.
Joseph Isaiah Woodson, Jr. was convicted of using the internet to target and extort children through sexual exploitation and pornographic offenses.
Austin Kitchen, 36, used the social media app to try and lure three teenage girls into performing sexual acts by showering them with numerous gifts and sending pictures of his expensive cars.
Photos began circulating in the early hours of Friday morning, after the star's Snapchat account shared a bizarre message.
The teens were arrested after a Snapchat video showed two of the boys pointing guns at the camera, and other clips of the teens flashing fanned-out cash.
Austin Wyatt Altman is accused of driving to a neighboring county to pick up a child he was talking to on social media.
Snapchat users ventured to Twitter to air grievances about problems with the social media application.
The boy told the officer he "took his brother's car and drove to Charleston to live with an unknown male he met on Snapchat."
"This crude, cruel criminal act doesn't belong in a place that provides care to the weak and the vulnerable," the Ohio Attorney General said.
"We will continue to take a strong and unified stance against racist behavior and language. Our schools welcome and serve all students," division superintendent Dr. Jennifer Parish said after the videos spread.
Jack Luibel, 18, was found shot and killed outside of a church in Frayser, Tennessee on Labor Day. Now his father is claiming that he was lured to a deadly meeting through the Snapchat photo app.