A Michigan man was sued by his ex- wife after he read her e-mails and learned of her extra- marital affairs with her ( allegedly abusive) ex- husband. Got that? The prosecution argued that he hacked into her e-mail, he claimed that he uses the computer all the time and that she kept her passwords in a little book next to the computer. Simple click-clack of the keys and he was in.
Harmless, right? I'm not sure. I don't care if the king/Queen wants my passwords. I also feel like he shoudn't have to ask. As they say, if you go looking for trouble, you are bound to find it. In my opinion you shoudn't need my passwords because there shouldn't be anything you need to verify. You should be able to ask me a question and expect that I will answer you honestly. If you don't trust my response then in my opinion that is the real issue.
Some people say your wife/husband or family should know your password so they can access your account incase of untimely death, to which my response is "like HELL they do". If I've passed away, I can think of absolutely no good that will come from you having access to my various accounts. Infact, if I unexpectedtedly pass away, just throw my laptop in the deepest part of the pacific ocean.
So what are your thoughts? Do you have access to your significant other's social media accounts? Do they have access to yours? Why or why not? Does not providing your password automatically mean you're hiding something?
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