If you're in a relationship, do you allow your partner to look through your phone? My ex and I used to do that all the time, not like we were looking for clues whether we're cheating, we just went through each other pics, sharing funny ones with each other, played games on the others phone. Sometimes we even replied to the other's friends. I didn't mind at all, because I know I have nothing to hide. Anyone can go through my phone.
No, I legally could not. I have clients with which I have nondisclosure agreements, and revealing all the contents on one of my smartphones (or on most of my computers) would put me in breach of those contracts and could put their PCI DSS certification status at risk. They can look through my feature phone all they like, it just contains phone numbers and call records.
That's what my boyfriend and I do. We have the same phone password because when we started dating we would always use mine for Netflix and it got to the point he would accodently put mine in his and lock his phone up so he changed it. We go onto each other's phones all the time, but it's not like we're looking for anything. I text his mom for him while he's sleeping or look through his random recipe apps or something.
Casually going through one another's phones isn't too bad. Going through a partner's phone out of mistrust is a serious hot button issue for me. To have my privacy be violated by a person I trusted is... well it'd be devastating.
I think they shouldn't look through your partner's phone unless is for the reasons you have. I used to be in a relationship where my ex would randomly ask for my phone to see what i was talkin bout with my female friends and if i was cheating or had pictures i should have and of course because she was doing that so was i. It became a problem and we had to stop it cause it was too much. Turns out she was looking at my phone because she was hiding text msgs and you know that once you do something wrong you think your partner is able to do it too and you might not even know it sonce you got away with it. Anyways we dsted for 5 years in the end.
Sure, he picks up my phone and messes with it a lot. Never checks through it but plays a few of my games and fucks around with Siri and changes his contact name to Daddy or John Cena or whatever bullshit he decides to do that day :P I think it's probably because he doesn't have a phone, he's so curious about mine. I wouldn't allow him to go on my phone if it was to check I was cheating, that would just annoy the hell out of me at the blatant lack of trust.
Those who claim they've nothing to hide but yet refuse to allow their SO to scan their phone, are totally liar. When the answer is NO, means there is at least one thing you don't want them to know.
I won't let my SO to check because I HAVE a lot of things to hide. Not necessary related to cheating or betrayal him but some stuffs are just too personal for him to know. I doubt he would like it so I prefer him not to know anything about it.
I have nothing to hide, but thats still my privacy. Even conversations with my girlfriends inside jokes I wouldn't want him to see because it's between me and them not him. If he saw them I wouldn't care but i'm just not for going through phones in general, what's mine is mine and theirs, theirs.
Nope. I mean playing games or watching videos, sure, but otherwise, no way! More because I use my phone A LOT for a lot of things. It's basically my personal computer and I can be a bit protective of it. I think, when it comes to my technology I like everything to be 'just so'. He can knick my food, take my seat, even borrow my stuff but my tech is mine.
Yeah sure. If he goes on my phone, he'll find puppy searches, twitter posts, beyonce music, and random technology questions that I can't figure out, "How do I get Microsoft Word to do _______". He'll quickly learn that going through my phone would be more boring and more trouble than it's worth. But of course, I'd always make it available to him if we were in a serious relationship.