Samsung's Answer to WhatsApp Lets You Take Back Messages

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robert123_74

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Heck this may turn out to be the greatest feature ever. You can threaten to kill someone then take it back after they read it LOL............
 

Travis1976

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@rebert123_74 Just because you've recalled the message doesn't mean there is no record of this. This seems much like Outlook's recall option for email (except that Outlook will ask your permission to accept the recall).
 

Christopher1

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robert123, that is exactly what might happen. Personally, threatening to kill someone online gives you some 'reasonable deniability' since more than one person could be using a phone/computer.There have already been documented real-life cases of police having to 'back off' because they cannot be absolutely sure who sent X message at Y time because more than one person was in the house in question when the message was sent.
 
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