About 84% of Indians share passwords with partners: McAfee

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By: Tech Desk | New Delhi |
Published: February 6, 2018 8:08 pm


A McAfee study shows that 84 percent of Indians share their passwords with their partners. (Image source: McAfee)

A McAfee study shows that 84 percent of Indians share their passwords with their partners. In a survey of 600 adults conducted in Mumbai, Delhi, and Bangalore during November 2017, 77 per cent of respondents also claimed that the use of technology got in the way of their relationships.

Despite 89 per cent participants saying that privacy in a relationship is important, 84 per cent have said they have shared their personal passwords and PINs with their partners. As many as 81 per cent people claimed that spending too much time on their devices got them into arguments with their close friends and relatives. While 70 per cent respondents said they felt…

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