Associated Love: Privacy In Relationships As Well As The Boundaries Of Private Space

Associated Love: Privacy In Relationships As Well As The Boundaries Of Private Space

The Tale of John and Amy

  • Our research unearthed that the boundaries of electronic privacy are blurring. 1 / 2 of individuals in a relationship give their partners the PINs/ graphical passwords to unlock their products and 26% shop things that are intimate their partner’s products
  • Both online and offline, a similar number (seven-in-ten) also state that relationships are more important to them than their privacy although eight-in-ten people believe that each person in a couple should have some private space
  • 72% state they will have absolutely nothing to conceal from their partner but at the very least 61% acknowledge they send to other people that they do not want their partner to know about some of their activities, including online activities – mostly about the content of messages
  • Spying, for apparent reasons, isn’t the real option to encourage rely upon a relationship. Continue reading “Associated Love: Privacy In Relationships As Well As The Boundaries Of Private Space”