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Jack Vale's mission is to make you laugh by pulling pranks on people -- and capturing it all on camera, but his latest prank really got us thinking about social media -- and just how much information -- people are putting on the Internet.

Vale was able to surprise people with knowledge of their parents and pet names, where people worked and what they ate.  So after watching the video, we wanted to know more about the experiment.

Video: FOX 10's Jeff Moriarty reports.

Online: jackvale.com

 

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