According to blog posting from Snapchat CEO and co-founder Evan Spiegel, users who want a spam-free experience should adjust the settings that control who can send you photos.
A simple switch to "Only My Friends" should do the trick.
Munn was now working two jobs and was in a new relationship and expecting his first child in April, Mr Jones said.
[See also: How to Safely Send a Digital Valentine ] This week, Snapchat users who had never changed their default settings to "private" started receiving unsolicited "snaps" from "Honey. Honey Crush, the cover for a sleazeball scammer, invited app users to follow her on Skype via a "snap" featuring a naked brunette with a sultry expression.
If you're not sure what your settings are, double-check.
The default settings for Snapchat allow anyone who knows your username or phone number to send you "snaps," a decision that the app's creators may now want to rethink.
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