See what you’ve all done?

Because of your constant need to send inappropriate pictures of yourself, Snapchat has had to create an online “safety center” to tell you what’s not acceptable to snap. I hope ye’re proud of yourselves.

Yesterday was "Internet Safety Day", so Snapchat took it upon themselves clear a few things up. The safety center is mainly aimed at parents, teachers, and the majority of our office, seeing as its intent is to educate those unfamiliar with the app. 

Here’s their basic message. “Keep it legal. Don’t use Snapchat for any illegal shenanigans and if you’re under 18 or are Snapping with someone who might be: keep your clothes on!”

But just in case you had no idea that any of that was out of order, here’s a few more things you might need to be reminded not to snap:

  • Pornography
  • Minors engaged in activities that are physically dangerous and harmful
  • Invasions of Privacy
  • Threats
  • Harassment or bullying
  • Impersonation
  • Self-Harm

And if you’re caught violating these rules, your content will be removed, your account will be suspended, and you’ll be banned from using the app in the future.

So it’s pretty simple, just remember to keep your clothes on, don’t video kids, keep your clothes on, don’t bully people, and for the love of God keep your clothes on!

Be sound people, just be sound.