The app has gained a reputation as a "sexting" app because outgoing (and incoming) pictures, videos, and texts are not stored on devices, but many teens use it simply to exchange fun, silly pictures.
In addition, a video feature called Discover has curated content from outlets including CNN, .
Section 13(3-A) of the Act was inserted by Act 30 of 2004 after the decision of this Court in (supra), and provides for a last opportunity for the borrower to make a representation to the secured creditor against the classification of his account as a non-performing asset.
Also, as of 2017, users can play Snaps as long as they'd like until they exit that Snap, which deletes it as usual.
Parents need to know that Snapchat is a popular messaging app that allows teens to exchange user-generated photos, texts, videos, and calls -- both audio and video.
The developer claims that "Snaps" can't be saved within the app and are only viewable for one to 10 seconds before disappearing from the recipient's device, noting that the app notifies the sender if the recipient takes a screenshot of an image.
Plus, some of these sites depict real-life stories, so that makes the fantasy more relatable, and the idea of doing something so adventurous and wild that much more realistic.
Section 13(2) of the Act provides that when a borrower, who is under a liability to a secured creditor, makes any default in repayment of secured debt, and his account in respect of such debt is classified as non- performing asset, then the secured creditor may require the borrower, by notice in writing, to discharge his liabilities within sixty days from the date of the notice, failing which the secured creditor shall be entitled to exercise all or any of the rights given in Section 13(4) of the Act.