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An Ephemeral Messaging App Uses an Optical Trick to Foil Screenshots | MIT Technology Review

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An app called Yovo uses a clever trick to make it hard to preserve its ephemeral messages.
Source: www.technologyreview.com
A very interesting concept to protect images and messages from screenshots. A bit crude in the first version, but will undoubtedly be improved.
See on Scoop.it –…

Read More: https://apptimate.io/2014/10/an-ephemeral-messaging-app-uses-an-optical-trick-to-foil-screenshots-mit-technology-review/