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What's The Chance Of Getting A Lost Cellphone Back?

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The odds you'll ever see your lost cellphone again are 50-50, according to a study by security firm Symantec. That's the company behind the Norton antivirus software. Symantec purposely lost smartphones in public areas to see if the finders would return them to their owners.
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