What worries me isn’t that Snapchat won’t let FB buy it, but this:
" …of **sexting-friendly messaging service **Snapchat…" (bold mine)
" Snapchat’s main attraction, compared to competing services like Facebook-owned*Instagram, is that it allows users to send photos on a temporary basis. The sender can set a time limit of up to 30 seconds, after which the photo will be deleted from the receiver’s device.
That makes it ideal for trading naughty selfies that you don’t want seen by eyes other than the intended recipient’s (although Spiegel likes to say Snapchat is about “sharing moments”).It also means Snapchat’s user base skews toward young adults, a valuable demographic for marketers."
Pray for our kids. There is so much wrong with this. And a parent may not even know.