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Net Neutrality On Snapchat

Snapchat by Emily Kaufman

MR. S.

on 5 May 2015

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Transcript of Net Neutrality On Snapchat

App might cost money.
Age restriction might go up.
Could take more data.
Might not be able to access in different locations.
Might not be able to move to different accounts
Net Neutrality Is...
Snapchat is...
Snapchat is a text-, photo- and video-messaging app that you use to send messages that will disappear one to ten seconds after your friend receives them. You determine how long the recipient(s) can view the message.
By: Emily Kaufman
Net Neutrality On Snapchat
the principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and without favoring or blocking particular products or websites.
How do you snap?
1. Download and sign up

2. Add contacts
3. Set personal preferences
4. Create snaps
5. Send your snap
6. View received snaps
7. Create and send Stories
8. View Stories
9. Live Chat
10. View your Snapchat Score
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