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Snapchat has a “one device at a time” policy. This means that you can’t be logged in to one account on two devices simultaneously. If the app is frequently logging you out and you’re getting a lot of emails from Snapchat, chances are your account has been hacked. If that’s the case, here’s what to do. How to See Last Active...

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