A report from the University of Vermont and University of Adelaide found it is possible to predict what a person would post on social media with 95 percent accuracy, even if the person did not have an account, CNET reports. The discovery was based solely on what a person's friends posted and looked at more than 30.8 million tweets from 13,905 accounts. "You alone don't control your privacy on social media platforms," University of Vermont Professor Jim Bagrow said. "Your friends have a say too."
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