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How Snapchat is cracking down on sale of counterfeit drugs on the app

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The popular platform Snapchat is taking steps to prevent people from obtaining counterfeit drugs through its app. NBC’s Kate Snow talks with Jacqueline Beauchere, the company’s global head of platform safety, to talk about efforts to stop drug dealers from operating on the app and the new parental tools they're implementing that could help prevent children from getting their hands on drugs.

Snapchat makes it harder for kids to buy drugs