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  • Brits suffering from ‘post deletion stress disorder’
  • Brits suffering from ‘post deletion stress disorder’
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Brits suffering from ‘post deletion stress disorder’

You know that feeling of regret when you are forced to delete that perfect selfie just to free up some space on your phone? Well, it’s got a name  Post Deletion Stress Disorder (PDSD) and 56% of Brits have been forced to delete content from a device due to capacity issues and then regretted it.

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