Update: An anonymous user on 4chan, who is claiming to be the perpetrator, is now stating that no photos will be released, according to Mashable. Around , photos plus video messages sent via Snapchat were reportedly hacked and some were released on the site 4chan, on Thursday. Users of 4chan are calling the event the "Snappening. Snapchat is an app that allows users to send ephemeral messages -- photo or video -- which disappear after up to 10 seconds. Many have deemed it a "sexting" app, as it can be used to send racy photos with the idea that they'll soon vanish. It has been noted that most people sent photos of cats along with selfies.
The Snappening: Snapsaved admits to hack that leaked SnapChat photos
Some reports say they include photos of users who are underage
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Around , private photos sent using the photo messaging app Snapchat were reportedly stolen and leaked on Thursday. People on the Internet message board 4chan , which was blamed in part for the recent hack of celebrity nudes as well, began passing around the Snapchat photos on Thursday night, according to Business Insider. It's likely that many of the photos compromised belonged to underaged users, since 50 percent of Snapchat's users are between the ages of 13 and If the photos are deemed pornographic -- Snapchat users have a history of sending racy photos -- possession and distribution of them could lead to prison time. Snapchat itself was not compromised in the hack, a spokeswoman for the company told The Huffington Post.
In what 4chan users have dubbed "The Snappening", , self-destructing pictures, along with user IDs, were allegedly accessed earlier this week via the Snapsave Android app which allows users to store their pictures. Business Insider has said that figure is closer to ,, and that it was in fact SnapSaved, the now defunct web client for Snapchat, that was compromised. The collection of images was posted on viralpop.