The Mr. Robot cast has learned a thing or two about hacking and life on the internet, but there's one creepy aspect they've taken away from it.
"How easy it is to do and how I could probably learn how to do it very fast," season two addition Grace Gummer told E! News at the 2016 TCA Summer Press Tour.
"The problem is people release so much information that they're not even aware of. So much of their private life on the internet and if you piece all those things together with a little creative googling, then all of a sudden you have a pretty fit profile," Stephanie Corneliussen added.
The USA series, which has just been renewed for a third season and has racked up numerous Emmy nominations including Outstanding Drama Series and Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama for star Rami Malek, follows Elliot Alderson and his band of hackers known as fsociety. In season one, Elliot and his friends routinely hacked people and pulled off its biggest attack yet and effectively wiped out debt and crippled the economy. Now the FBI is on their tail and things aren't looking good.
With all that hacking going on, we had to ask: who would the women of Mr. Robot hack?
"Trump," Portia Doubleday said.
"My go to is always Justin Bieber," Carly Chaikin said. "I don't even like him, I just feel like there'd be so much juicy stuff to see…"
But Doubleday isn't done: She'd also like to hack Ricky Gervais to see more of his bathtub pictures.
Click play on the video above for more from the cast, including Chaikin's thoughts on Pokemon Go.
Mr. Robot airs Wednesdays, 10 p.m. on USA.
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