First off . . . MILLIONS of people have the Confide app so it's not really that groundbreaking.
Secondly, Confide doesn't really work. It's just tech hype and a sales pitch to gullible people who don't know much about online privacy (or the lack thereof) and think this kind of gimmick protects them from embarrassment. It doesn't.
There are plenty of reasons to criticism the Guv: He's anti-union, his own party resents him and his accomplishments so far are mostly cosmetic and uninspiring.
But the ploy to report the use of consumer grade tech that's not even as fun as Snapchat as some kind of conspiracy seems like a troubling effort by the local newspaper to create a controversy. You decide:
Revelations by The Star that Gov. Eric Greitens uses an app that deletes text messages after they've been read outraged Missouri Democrats, who are calling on Attorney General Josh Hawley to open a formal investigation of the governor's office. They are also vowing to push legislation aimed at ensuring the state's open records law isn't being undermined.