In more password related news, the New York Times reports:
In a 2011 telephone survey, the Pew Internet and American Life Project found that 30 percent of teenagers who were regularly online had shared a password with a friend, boyfriend or girlfriend.
Sure it’s a symbol of trust, but we don’t need much of an imagination to see how this can go horribly wrong.
The password sharing results were revealed as part of a larger survey title Teens, kindness and cruelty on social network sites.
This is what happens when we have a generation growing up without Seinfeld. George taught us to never share our passwords.
Kramer also demonstrated that we should never make passwords about ourselves since they can be guessed easily.