Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Study: Students will trade their friends’ privacy for free pizza

Want to hack your way into someone’s network? Just offer their BFF some free pizza. 98-percent of students gave away their friends’ emails when promised free pizza, according to a recent study conducted by Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 74-percent of Americans have stated that it’s “very important” to them that they be in control of who can obtain their information. But throw a stuffed crust in the equation, and people will start dropping information. (Thank god they didn’t test social security numbers ー that would’ve been embarrassing) The study’s authors noted: “Whereas people say they care about privacy, they are…

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