In the days following the leak of the Snapchat app, Snapchat users were concerned that their account details were being stolen and that it could be used to access information they had not given their permission to view.
However, many were surprised to learn that the data they had given Snapchat for the purposes of security and anonymity, had actually been stolen.
According a post on the Snapchat team’s website, the data collected includes name, phone number, email address, and date of birth, along with the date and time of the interaction.
Snapchat uses this information to send out notifications, send emails, and to send private messages to users, among other things.
In a post to its Community Blog, Snapchat wrote that the stolen data was not stored on the app and that no account information was stolen.
Instead, it said that Snapchat was using this data to send notification alerts to the user’s phone and to alert the app when they wanted to receive an email.
Snapchat’s team said that the information had been provided to the company by the Snapchat developer.
Snapchat also said that it was in the process of recovering the stolen information.
Snapchat, in a statement, wrote that it had contacted the Snapchat developers and provided them with the information.
The company said that “Snapchat is committed to providing the most accurate information about its users,” and that Snapchat “will continue to work closely with law enforcement and privacy advocates to prevent this type of activity.”
Snapchat’s Terms Of Service also states that it does not sell, rent, or otherwise provide any information about user information.