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It seemed so consequence-free initially; your pictures disappeared after a few seconds, so sending risque photos was harmless (Of course, users quickly realized you could screenshot snaps, and people created workarounds to let you record Snapchats surreptitiously).
But the media-sharing company is now asking its users to be thoughtful about their Snapchatted pictures and to keep their clothes on — at least if they're under 18, or sending pictures to someone who is.
Snapchat, Fusion pointed out, added a "Snapchat Safety Center" to its website last week, presumably for the aggrieved parents of teens who are using Snapchat.
"Snapchat is a fast, fun way to share moments with friends and family," the page says.
"Most of our community uses Snapchat every day, so it isn't surprising that parents and teachers regularly ask us for advice.