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Snap suspends Yolo, LMK anonymous messaging apps after lawsuit over teen’s death – Ars Technica

Lawsuit alleges messaging apps were “dangerous and defective.”

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Snapchats parent company, Snap, yesterday suspended two apps that allowed users to send anonymous messages to other users on the platform. The move came in response to a lawsuit filed Monday against Snap and the two messaging apps.
The lawsuit seeks class-action status to represent all 92 million Snapchat users, and it demands that Snap ban both Yolo and LMK from its app store. The developers of both apps, the suit alleges, did not implement adequate safeguards against…

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