And 70 per cent have no clue how to stop the mucky media from being leaked.
A new report from security specialist AVG shows that a one in four mobile users stores intimate pictures/ videos on their smartphone or tablet.
70 per cent throw caution to the wind, however, admitting they wouldn't have any idea how to delete or protect the content if their device was lost or stolen. In the video below, one man admits he's concerned but makes amateur porn anyway.
JR Smith, CEO of AVG Technologies, said: "This survey has clearly demonstrated that there is confusion in the minds of consumers about what is and isn’t safe or sensible to do with a mobile device. It is already limiting the appeal of mobile shopping, banking and ticketing, and this is in turn hampering the industry’s efforts to drive new innovations and monetisation methods.
"At the same time, millions of consumers are exposing themselves to risk of personal and professional embarrassment by storing sensitive images on their devices."
Check out the video below.
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