Following the notorious celebrity nude photo hacking scandal, another massive online leak of stolen personal photographs may be coming.

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Hackers are threatening to release as many as 200,000 stolen photos from the popular picture messaging app Snapchat, including some of underage individuals.

Will Carr joined Arthel Neville on America’s News Headquarters today and explained that Snapchat - which values itself as a company at $10 billion - is supposed to allow users to send photos to someone else, but then the app is supposed to delete that media forever.

According to reports, hackers appear to have been collecting these images for years, likely using third-party apps on users phones to gain access to the app, as Snapchat itself has suggested on Twitter.

"Bottom line: Any time you take a picture or video with an app or smartphone, it could wind up in the wrong hands," Carr warned.

"The moral if you don’t want compromising pictures out there is you probably shouldn’t take compromising pictures in the first place."

Watch the clip from America's News Headquarters above.

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