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The Strange Story Behind the Site Openly Posting Those Hacked Snapchat Photos

14/10/2014

UPDATE, Oct. 15, 8:39 a.m.: A few hours after this story was published, Mudit Grover admitted being the administrator of TheSnappening.org, (...)
UPDATE, Oct. 15, 8:39 a.m.: A few hours after this story was published, Mudit Grover admitted being the administrator of TheSnappening.org, and shut down the site. "The content is publicly available everywhere on the Internet." Grover told Mashable. "Neither I am the only one nor the first one to make a website about that. My purpose was that people should see how vulnerable hosting private information on cloud can be, I do not intend anything wrong." TheSnappening.org website, once a collection of private and sometimes intimate Snapchat pictures, now only displays a simple message. "The website has been shut down for good intentions. Thank you." Read more...More about Reddit, Social Media, 4chan, Us World, and Us UPDATE, Oct. 15, 8:39 a.m.: A few hours after this story was published, Mudit Grover admitted being the administrator of TheSnappening.org, and shut down the site. "The content is publicly available everywhere on the Internet." Grover told Mashable. "Neither I am the only one nor the first one to make a website about that. My purpose was that people should see how vulnerable hosting private information on cloud can be, I do not intend anything wrong." TheSnappening.org website, once a collection of private and sometimes intimate Snapchat pictures, now only displays a simple message. "The website has been shut down for good intentions. Thank you." Read more...More about Reddit, Social Media, 4chan, Us World, and Us
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