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How much privacy are you entitled to in a relationship?


with all of the online communities and smart phones and apparel encouraging social engagement, is it wrong to "snoop" on your significant other? What information do you feel entitled to have? Passwords, logins, security pass? At what point is it too much sharing, if at all. And what about a significant other who insists, even angers at the notion of giving access to any personal nonlinear or phone information? I'm doing some research for a new hub and would love to know some opinions! Thank you!

 

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