Blackmailers prey on UAE Snapchat users

DUBAI // Extortionists are increasingly using Snapchat to blackmail victims by threatening to share pictures on the internet, police say. The illusion of security provided by the app, in which pictures and messages self-destruct after a short time, could …
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