Helping people with computers... one answer at a time.
Read the article that everyone's commenting on.
After a 35yr career in law enforcement I can assure you that a very large percentage of our population only repect personal rights when they are their own. Many feel if they are the first to complain society should take their side against the other party. Many expect others, including the police, to commit criminal acts because they ask them to. Few even consider out laws and instututions should protect and serve every member not just a select few. One cynical old man.
Haha...this is hilarious...
Don't worry Leo, you aren't a Dr. Phil but well said. I agree with you whole heartedly.
This post reminds me of the HP Dunn scandal.
Although she wasn't going to misuse the information, her tactics in acquiring the data and accessing it was a big no-no....
Honestly, people don't seem to be aware of how easy it is to track online activities. I for one hate it when people snoop around in my business so I always make sure to protect myself. This includes encrypting sensitive documents that are stored on my computer, in motion through email, or being used by others. That doesn't mean I do bad things and then cover my tracks. I have nothing to hide. But for those of us who lack common sense about one's privacy, I don't want to be one who falls victim to such people. Whoever thinks that accessing someone's password isn't a breach on privacy are missing a few marbles....
Gee, I wonder why your boyfriend is on match.com in the first place? Could it be that he can see the real you?
I am a retired Attorney, and forensic criminalist. It is , on all counts, a felony. More then 1 felony, if prosecuted. and for sure they know that someone was there, maybe they think it was your sig. other. But they know someone was logged in.
Please ignore these types of questions Leo. I want a computer newsletter. I DON'T want to read about some "slug's" soap opera. Thanks!
In one way I agree with Carl...this is a computer newsletter. But, this topic/problem seems to be universal.
....my wife knows what I do online anyway.
We have a pair of 16 yr-old girls. There is no way I apologize for reading what they get via our ISP mail service. They don't even know their own password(s). I choose them and change them often, which is the price they pay for using OUR computer....and online access.
I don't even bother with their hotmail or Yahoo accounts. Sorta figure if they let 94 million! other people have access to their MySpace mail, why should I? Nor should I have misgivings for reading their mail.
Which is sort of funny you know. Because the American government is doing the same to its citizens.
Ah, the wonders of irony.
i don't know my boyfriends password on myspace and he won't tell me what it is and I don't want to think he's cheating on me. what to do?
Trust him? Get a new boyfriend?
Hacking his myspace is NOT the answer, that's for sure.
how do you get someone's password on myspace make it real simple for me
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