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Anonymous messaging app Blindspot criticized for encouraging harassment

January 26, 2016 - Uncategorized

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Despite securing investments from the likes of Nicki Minaj, Will.i.am and Roman Abramovich, anonymous messaging app Blindspot has been criticized by users for encouraging bullying and sexual harassment. Available on Android and iOS, Blindspot lets you anonymously send messages, images and videos to any person on your contact list. Like other messaging apps such as Viber and WhatsApp, Blindspot only allows communication between two people. However, unlike the aforementioned apps, Blindspot keeps the identity of the sender hidden from the receiver. But what bothers users more is how the app tempts non-members to download messages. If not a member, Blindspot notifies…

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