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We all love the fantasy of receiving dirty pics to save our mind from a boring meeting, but the reality is that it can be a huge distraction.Not to mention it’s a little more difficult for us guys to conceal our enthusiasm than it is for women."Far too many people are sharing e-mail and bank account passwords with their partners," Mc Afee wrote."By sharing too much you run the risk of having your information go public without your knowledge, posing a threat to your privacy and identity." According to Mc Afee, 69 percent of people secure their smartphone with a passcode but 46 percent still share their e-mail and social networking passwords.Also, men are more likely than women to send and receive intimate information -- 61 percent of men partake in sexting and suggestive photo taking, while 48 percent of women do.Mc Afee cautions that people shouldn't share smartphone passcodes or social network passwords -- because a scorned ex could cyberstalk or cause quite a bit of embarrassment.
The next point is a bit reactive, maybe even petty, but it is what it is. Again, this isn’t the most honorable line of defense, but it gets real out here in these tweets.I’d tell you the only safe way to interact is abstinence but it’s also 2014. His sign is the Krispy Kreme "Hot" light and he enjoys long walks to the refrigerator. Not even a Wes Anderson joint, but something you might see as part of a museum exhibit before you head to the dinosaur section. Chat him up on Twitter about music, food and being in love with being in love. Weekly updates about all the pop culture, race & politics, Bougie Black People™ shit, and other grand tomfoolery we cover here on VSB. "With all the stories we've heard about intimate photos being leaked, it's hard to believe people are still sharing their passwords," Mc Afee consumer business vice president Gary Davis said in a statement.
"Ultimately, they're increasing the risks of these photos becoming public and possibly jeopardizing their identity and reputation.We’ve all been there, innocent chit chat turns into “Oh I know how to put it down” which leads into likes and dislikes and then the rest is history.