OK, here's the situation. Your loved one seems to be spending a lot of time on the computer. One day, he or she goes off to another room, leaving you alone with the computer in front of you. With just a couple of clicks, you can sneak a peak at your honey's browser history, and find out what websites he or she has been visiting. Should you peak or is that wrong? Is it a violation of trust and privacy, or is it keeping your relationship safe...after all, if the person weren't up to no good, what difference does it make if you look?
We're starting a new feature on the show called "Techiquette". We'd like your opinions on manners and morals in the digital age. Let us know your thoughts here! And thanks!