In a video that is posted on the Snapchat app, the founder of the social media company reveals how he solved the problem by putting Snapchat in front of his eyes.
Snapchat, the photo sharing app, has been the subject of criticism due to the lack of transparency in the app.
A report by the New York Times and the Financial Times in September revealed that the app collects and uses users’ personal data and has been used by criminals to hide the identities of their victims.
Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel told the New Yorker he was “shocked” by the Times and FT report.
Snapchat has also been criticised for its lack of controls on how the data is collected and used.
In its latest earnings report, Snapchat revealed that more than 90 per cent of its total revenue came from ad sales.
“We’re not looking for an easy solution,” Spiegel said in the video.
“We don’t want to take a hit on our business because we’re doing something that is popular and we want to build that back into the app.” “
Our goal is to do something that people will actually like and we think Snapchat can do that, and it will be something we’re happy with.”
“We don’t want to take a hit on our business because we’re doing something that is popular and we want to build that back into the app.”
However, Spiegel said that he was not convinced that Snapchat could solve the problem.
“There’s a lot of room for improvement,” he said.
I’m very confident in Snapchat, I think we have a really good product, and I think it’s going to be a lot more popular in the long run.”