A Speck of Universe Dust (wolfteaparty) wrote in polloftheday,
A Speck of Universe Dust
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Online privacy

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.
10(9.5%)
They should share the important stuff, but not necessarily everything.
61(58.1%)
No, they deserve the right to privacy and space of their own.
32(30.5%)
No, most of the past is best left buried.
2(1.9%)

In an ideal relationship, should the partners give each other their email, Facebook, LJ, etc. passwords?

Yes, because they must never keep secrets.
1(1.1%)
Yes, just in case of an emergency.
11(11.7%)
Not unless there is a need to.
59(62.8%)
No; they deserve the right to some online privacy.
23(24.5%)

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.
1(1.1%)
Only if there are signs of cheating, like flirty Facebook comments.
50(55.6%)
Not unless you know for a fact they're cheating.
39(43.3%)
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