Snapchat

Snapchat Snapchat er en mobil fotodelingsapplikation, der er karakteriseret ved flygtighed og selvdestruktion af billeder. På verdensplan har Snapchat et rapporteret antal daglige brugere på 220 mio., hvoraf hovedparten er mellem 13 og 29 år (SmartInsights 2020). Snapchat blev lanceret i juli 2011 under navnet Pecaboo og var et af de første sociale medier, som […]

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Bayer m.fl. 2016; Kofoed & Larsen 2016; Page 2019; Piwek & Joinson 2016; Rettberg 2018

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