So it’s important to think about how the other person might react if they know you've taken a screenshot of their message.
Try having an honest conversation with the person you sent the image to. Getting help The sooner you talk to somebody about the situation the better.
This could be your mum, dad, carer or a school teacher.
This means that if you pressure someone into taking a photo or you share a sexual photo with someone, you’re breaking the law.
The police have the power to decide whether it’s for the best to record what’s happened or to take things further.
Then they’ll have a copy of your picture on their phone or tablet and that means Snapchat can’t delete it.
Make a report If you get an abusive message you can take a screenshot. Snapchat will try to send a notification to the person who sent you the original message.You can find out how to report abuse on the Facebook help page or by reading Facebook information on reporting and blocking.Report sexting It’s against Facebook’s rules to post a naked picture of someone under 18.If someone’s shared a naked picture of you on Facebook, you can report it and they’ll try to get it taken down.Fill out Facebook’s form to report an image or select what best describes what you want to report.Facebook won’t tell the person you’re reporting that it was you.