About now, Evan Spiegel, the CEO of Venice, California-based Snapchat, is probably wishing he'd started the company earlier--and used its disappearing messages, instead of email. Spiegel has apologized publicly to his users and the public at large for the sentiments expressed in his expletive-laced emails--dredged out of the mud of his frat boy days at Stanford--expressing demeaning views of women, drug use, drunken reveries, and more. The emails were unearthed and exposed by ValleyWag.
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Snapchat's Spiegel Apologizes For Emails