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What is a QR code, and are they safe?
According to Statista, up to 11 million households in the United States alone scanned a QR code in 2020. This number is a massive increase from the 9.76 million scans recorded in 2018. Today, we are all familiar with the black and white square-shaped design of a QR code. The increased penetration of smart mobile devices and access to high-speed internet has led to an increase in QR codes' adoption, especially in marketing. That’s the major reason we see it almost every day and everywhere, whether for ads, shopping, movies, etc.
What is a QR code?
QR is an abbreviation for “quick response,” which helps people to get instant access to URLs and other information embedded in the encryption when it is scammed. A QR code is a form of a barcode that a digital device can easily read. It stores information in a series of pixels in a square-shaped box. QR codes are often used to track information about products in the supply chain. And since most smartphones come with in-built QR readers, they are frequently used in advertising and marketing campaigns.