Making news today is the unveiling of new social media vehicle snapchatleaked which has users uploading all sorts of embarrassing sex shots, and they’re being uploaded to the public without permission.
Tells valleywag: Snapchatleaked.com follows pretty much the same script as other naked-shaming sites: take something intimate someone sent to you in confidence, and expose it on the web. But unlike, say, Hunter Moore’s enterprises, it violates the basic premise of its medium. Snaps are supposed to disappear forever after a maximum of ten seconds, and screenshotting someone’s message is considered a serious faux pas—and generally avoided, since you can tell exactly who did the copying. This site flips the whole thing, encouraging a betrayal of Snapchat’s horny social contract. We saw it before with Snapchat Sluts, and here it is again: more reason to think Snapchat’s salad days are long behind us.
But if that shit isn’t bad betabeat goes on to tell the following about the site which has already attracted millions in venture capital funding:
UK tabloid Metro noted that the recently launched website had its Facebook page pulled mere hours after it was created because of fears it could lead to cyberbullying. “Facebook has unpublished our page due to users using the page to ‘bully’ others. We are working with Facebook on this issue,” Snapchat Leaked’s creators told the paper. Its Twitter presence remains active, though.
To date the page has attracted 534,000 likes in just 20 hours, encouraging fans to submit their own saucy obtained pictures.
Some followers have criticised the page and warned that it could face legal action, while others have used it simply as an opportunity to critique the various naked bodies.
SnapchatLeaked has since gone on to tell Metro the following: ‘Facebook has unpublished our page due to users using the page to “bully” others. We are working with Facebook on this issue.
‘All images are user submitted, if the person asks to take them down we do. Most see it as fun and getting “Facebook famous”.’
At present it is understood users have gone on to overloaded the site’s servers. Can anyone guess why?
above image found here