Getting an unwanted creepy, lewd or otherwise gross text is never a fun experience, but when you’re receiving that message from someone who shouldn’t have your number, things get even creepier. At least six female teenaged Verizon customers have recently come forward to accuse a now ex-worker of sending lewd texts and “disgusting” photos.
One of the reasons people use the Snapchat messaging app, especially for messages that one may not want to have a permanent record of, is that those texts and photos supposedly disappear shortly after being received by another user.
But the Federal Trade Commission accused the service of not only over-promising and under-delivering on this notion of vanishing messages, but that it also deceived users about the amount of personal data it collected. [More]
Over his storied career, Brett Favre has developed a reputation for inexplicable turnovers, but his off-field exploits could cause his biggest giveaway yet. Accusations that he sent lewd pictures and text messages to a whistle blower could make him cough up $100 million in potential endorsements over the rest of his life.