Inspired by this recent CNN article: Internet infidelity: is it time to snoop?
Should people in a marriage or relationship never keep secrets from each other?
Yes; they must share everything.
They should share the important stuff, but not necessarily everything.
No, they deserve the right to privacy and space of their own.
No, most of the past is best left buried.
In an ideal relationship, should the partners give each other their email, Facebook, LJ, etc. passwords?
Yes, because they must never keep secrets.
Yes, just in case of an emergency.
Not unless there is a need to.
No; they deserve the right to some online privacy.
If you are monogamous, is there any reason to be suspicious of the people your partner is friended to online?
Yes; any opposite-sex (or same-sex, as the case may be) friends are cause to suspect cheating.
Only if there are signs of cheating, like flirty Facebook comments.
Not unless you know for a fact they're cheating.