Snapchat Founders Still Feuding; Company Seeks Restraining Order – Technologist


Snapchat Founders Still Feuding; Company Seeks Restraining Order

By William Peacock, Esq. on December 10, 2013 2:55 PM

What’s a Snapchat?

It’s a simple app. It allows users to send self-destructing pictures to each other. It’s pretty much a glorified way to send pictures of your naughty bits to others, with the assurance that the image will delete itself after a few seconds. We recently cited the company’s rumored $4 billion valuation (the actual number is somewhere around $2 billion, per Business Insider) as a sign of the coming techpocalypse.

The incredibly popular app was devised by three guys in college. One got cut out. He’s now suing. He’s also giving interviews to anyone and everyone about the dispute. This, unsurprisingly, is making Snapchat (and its founders) angry, and they’re now seeking a restraining order.

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