GS Lookup - Snapchat

Are you part of the recent 4.6 million Snapchat user leak?
Let's hope not. Enter your username below to find out.
NB: only specific areas of America were included - if you're outside of America, or not in an area code detailed here on r/netsec, you're probably fine.

Note: We didn't get this data ourselves - it was leaked online on New Years Day. (more info)
This is a public service lookup by @gibsonsec.
2nd note: If you're being redirected here from @Robbie and @ws's script - it's because they had load problems so we took over.
They're not Gibson Security and vice versa.

What should I do?

If your data has been leaked, don't freak out! There are a few things you can do if you've been affected.
First and foremost, you can delete your Snapchat account here - sadly, this won't remove your phone number from the already circulating leaked database.
If you feel that you'd rather unscrupulous entities not potentially have your phone number, you're free to contact your phone TelCo, and request that they give you a new number. If you detail the breach, they'll almost certainly give you a new one.
Lastly, ensure that your security settings are up to scratch on your social media profiles. Be careful about what data you give away to sites when you sign up - if you don't think a service requires your phone number, don't give it to them.