When we tweet, update our status, or post a photo onto Instagram, we don’t really think too much about it. In fact it seems that despite all outcries of invasion of privacy from the government, we are all too willing to share where we are, what we are doing, what we are thinking, and how we look like with complete strangers on the internet. It seems innocent enough, at least until Jack Vale decided to pull a prank on strangers by acting like he knew them, such as their names, how they look like, and when their birthdays are simply based on tweets and Instagram posts that are the closest around him.

The result was a little creepy and highlights how much of ourselves we put out there without thinking twice about it. Not to mention anyone could pull our information at any given time, and yet we don’t seem too fussed about it. I personally am not sure how I would react if someone came up to me and started telling me things about myself, but for the most part the people in the video seem to have taken it in good stride. What do you guys think? Makes you think, doesn’t it?

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