College students would give up their friends’ privacy for free pizza – MarketWatch


Nearly three-quarters of people (74%) in the U.S. believe it’s “very important” to be in control of who can get information about them and 60% say they would never feel comfortable sharing their email contacts. However, the vast majority of college students (98%) gave away their friends’ emails when promised free pizza, a recent study of 3,108 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) students published the National Bureau of Economic Research found. 
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http://www.marketwatch.com/story/college-students-would-give-up-their-friends-privacy-for-free-pizza-2017-06-13

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