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Parents may seem like dopey tech neophytes, but new data implies that for some olds, the ignorance is just a clever ruse.
Among smartphone users ages 8 to 17, 43 percent say their parents occasionally check their smartphones. A neat 43 of parents also say they check their kids’ phones with their knowledge, according to The Harris Poll.
A battle rages among heterosexual couples, with men and women fighting to prove which gender is the crazy one. Well, we can pack it in now, because a British study has proven that men are the biggest psychos, at least when it comes to perusing their partners’ phones.
Dudes are almost twice as likely as ladies are to comb back texts, photos, DMs and the like, according to the Telegraph. Three fifths of men in the UK admit to having done it, compared to one third of women. Yes, the study applies only to Brits, but the only difference between British and American boyfriends is the Brits will likely apologize for snooping then shuffle off with a tip of the bowler hat.