Snap is rallying after a report reveals it may be 'siphoning away' younger users from Facebook (SNAP, FB)
Monday, 12 February 2018 **
· *Snap shares were rising on news that it was taking younger users away from Facebook, according to the marketing firm eMarketer.*
· *Still, Facebook was adding total monthly users, though mostly from an older cohort.*
· *Snap is poised to add more users this year than ever given its new app redesign.*
3 million Facebook users had their data exposed for four years on an unsecured website, according to New Scientist. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.
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