TENS of thousands of Snapchat images and videos taken by ordinary teenagers have been released online after being stored by a third party website. Despite suggestions the leak, dubbed 'The Snappening', might be a hoax The Daily Beast confirmed the photographs had been leaked online via viralpop. Snapchat claims around 50 per cent of its users are between 13 and 17 years old, meaning this latest leak potentially includes images which classed as child pornography. It is estimated approximately 90, photographs and 9, videos were leaked through a third-party app, with many of the images originating from Europeans who account for 32 per cent of Snapchat's customers. There are fears that the alleged leak could have involved hacking of popular third-party android app Snapsave which collects Snapchat photos and videos. Snapsave allowed users to save sent and received images on their desktops, which would otherwise be automatically deleted when sent through the official Snapchat app. Similarly named website Snapsaved is another possible source of the leak. Over the weekend the website - which mimicked the original app and allowed users to save images permanently - issued a statement: "I would like to inform the public that snapsaved.
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