Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Snapchat: Ultimate tool for stalkers in 2017

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When you think of a stalker, you think of Lifetime Movie Network where a creepy boyfriend or ex husband go through tremendous hurdles to track an ex. 

The future for stalkers just got easier – Snapchat unveiled a new feature which allows someone to see the exact location of another user. Literally, if you’re in your bedroom – someone knows. Creepy, right? 

Not only will that person know where you are, but they’ll know if you’re alone or with friends depending on your latest snaps. Given the average teen updates everyone regularly – it’ll be easy to know when you fall asleep and if you’re alone. 

The tracker gives you the ability to view the exact location of your friends. It can give you the area, town, and street and if you zoom in enough, it shows the house on the street layout. 

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How do I turn my location off? Simple. 

Make sure app is the updated version and go to selfie mode on the camera. Then zoom out. It will give you the option of changing to who can see your location.

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