75% pretend to use phone to avoid social interaction, says Kaspersky study


For many, connected devices serve as an excuse to avoid interacting with other people when faced with an awkward social situation.

The latest survey by Moscow-based cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab found this tendency after 75 percent of respondents admitted that they pretended to be busy with their devices when they do not want to talk to other people.

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