Does the Snapchat Speed (MPH) Filter Encourage Reckless Driving?

Recently, a teen from Georgia was cited for a collision that may have been triggered by Snapchat, a phone application that allows users to share photos and videos with their social network. Snapchat images can only be viewed for a few seconds before they disappear. The speed filter is a Snapchat feature that prompts speeding and distraction. When a user applies the filter, it records the speed that the user is driving while snapping a photo. According to police, Christal McGee, the Georgia teen who was using the filter, was driving at 107 mph when she crashed into Maynard Wentworth...