Social Media Updates That Self-Destruct After They Are Posted

Social Media Updates That Self-Destruct After They Are Posted
technology

Safer places to share messages and media are growing in popularity and two new apps are moving into this space.

Emma Hutchings
  • 30 april 2013

After privacy concerns, secure social media channels are growing in popularity as “safer” places to share messages, photos, and videos.  Two new apps are moving into this space, promising to meet demand with greater supply.

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