Apple says half of iPhone* users don’t lock their phones, and McAfee found that 30% of all mobile device users don’t lock theirs. Even Yahoo!’s CEO, Marissa Mayer, doesn’t lock hers! “I just can’t do the passcode thing 15 times a day,” she says.
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