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New Social Study: Men Get Personal, Women Talk Shop

Women may be tops when it comes to communicating but online, they’re more careful about what they say and to whom. A new study from UK company uSamp shows that overall, men were more apt to share personal information online, topping women in every area except one – brand’s liked. 78% of the UK women [...]
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