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17-Nov-2017 08:53

Like Snapchat, Burn Note is a messaging app that erases messages after a set period of time.

Unlike Snapchat, this one is for text messages only, not photos or videos.

No parent wants to find a photo of their teen daughter or son on sites like snapperparty or sexting forum.

Not for nothing, Snapchat last year published a “Snapchat Safety Center” reminding kids that nude pictures were not allowed.

Sedgrid Lewis, online safety expert, notes that these apps look like a normal calculator app but when teens push a button within the app they can hide all inappropriate pictures.

Experts have warned that as levels of personal debt grow, demand in the economy could fall – because people will stop buying to pay off debt – business revenues could then fall in turn, pushing the economy towards recession.

“If the Tories refuse to act, I can announce today that the next Labour government will amend the law.” While much of the political debate over the last seven years has focused on national debt, with a laser-like focus on deficit reduction, household debt has been mushrooming.

Since 2012 UK households have built a debt mountain, amassing it at a trajectory that puts the ratio of household debt to GDP heading back towards the peak seen in the boom years before the financial crash.

Labour scored a victory when it helped push the Government towards changes in the law to cap interest rates charged to payday loans, on the back of public anger about firms potentially taking advantage of low income families.

Shadow Home Secretary Ms Abbott also hit out at the private sector when she said on the conference stage on Sunday that the fire at Grenfell Tower was a “direct consequence” of “deregulation of fire standards and inspection, privatisation and outsourcing.” In his speech Mr Mc Donnell also warned that Britain must meet the challenges posed by the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, the huge expansion in the use of technology, warning that many jobs we currently do will be automated by the middle of the century.

Experts have warned that as levels of personal debt grow, demand in the economy could fall – because people will stop buying to pay off debt – business revenues could then fall in turn, pushing the economy towards recession.“If the Tories refuse to act, I can announce today that the next Labour government will amend the law.” While much of the political debate over the last seven years has focused on national debt, with a laser-like focus on deficit reduction, household debt has been mushrooming.Since 2012 UK households have built a debt mountain, amassing it at a trajectory that puts the ratio of household debt to GDP heading back towards the peak seen in the boom years before the financial crash.Labour scored a victory when it helped push the Government towards changes in the law to cap interest rates charged to payday loans, on the back of public anger about firms potentially taking advantage of low income families.Shadow Home Secretary Ms Abbott also hit out at the private sector when she said on the conference stage on Sunday that the fire at Grenfell Tower was a “direct consequence” of “deregulation of fire standards and inspection, privatisation and outsourcing.” In his speech Mr Mc Donnell also warned that Britain must meet the challenges posed by the ‘fourth industrial revolution’, the huge expansion in the use of technology, warning that many jobs we currently do will be automated by the middle of the century.And again, capturing a screenshot so that the message can be shared and lives forever, may be the app's Achilles' heel.