Should couples friends/ our parents allow each other to look at their phones?

Hi, guys, I think Once you’ve lost your privacy, you realize you’ve lost an extremely valuable thing.

I’ve always had a very simple policy when it comes to people (mainly my parents, boyfriend, litter brother) looking through my phone or computer:

You can if you want, but when you find stuff you didn’t want to find that’s on you, I ain’t losing sleep but you probably will.

I keep plenty of shocking things on my devices, some of it for no reason, some of it for very particular reasons. If someone went through my phone they would cause themselves more problems than they caused me. So far no one has tried it.

So I used Applock DoMobile. I am using it from couple of month on my Xperia Z phone.. And if I want to know who tries and fails to get into your apps, It has just introduced the Intruder Selfie. Other features are good like locking files, videos, photos, or harassment intercept etc. No one can view my secrets. Smart.

You can take a look AppLock – Android Apps on Google Play

Should couples friends/ our parents allow each other to look at their phones? What methods could help us?

 

Beginner Asked on March 6, 2018 in Mobile.
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I think, No

Beginner Answered on April 26, 2018.
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I think the bottom line is that couples/parents/families have each other’s thumbprints added to the iPhones of the other and do not snoop on each other’s phone. It’s a form of trust, both in allowing access and not taking advantage of it.  But for laptop, I will use a cyclonis password manager to keep all of my account secure, not to save something or to mask something. But because that would be a violation of my work responsibilities and is literally not their business.

Anyway, a well-thought-out set of boundaries is essential to keep any relationship comfy and healthy,

Beginner Answered on October 17, 2018.
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