Post by Lancashire Lass on Feb 8, 2017 18:49:22 GMT
Twistedfate, don't you think he'd notice an app appear on his phone? I certainly would! I really do not think that is the way to go. How would you check his email box if she doesn't know his password? Dorothy90, do you know his password?
Some time ago, on the other forum, a member posted that her partner was jealous & possessive and had tried methods of using technology to track her movements, despite the fact that she was not up to anything - we all thought that was outrageous, so I would be reluctant to suggest to someone that they employ the same tactics, if he hasn't been doing anything and finds out she's spied on him, that could cause a rift in the relationship anyway.
That's pretty extreme and probably against the law too, invasion of privacy springs to mind! I think MI5 have to get a licence to "bug" people, If you have to go to those extremes it would sugggest communication issues to add to trust issues
My friends, as I have discovered myself, there are no disasters, only opportunities. And, indeed, opportunities for fresh disasters.
Post by Lancashire Lass on Feb 9, 2017 18:34:46 GMT
I found this about hacking into emails
Using other people's passwords without their permission and accessing their information is a criminal offence under the Computer Misuse Act 1990 (as amended) and using someone else's password XXXXX this way carried imprisonment up to 2 years and/or a fine.
Gosh, I am away a few days and a lot has been happening.
I would just ask him why he is encouraging you to spend time with other people. You may not like what you are going to hear but better to know now. It could be he has a lot on, busy with work or study and feels under pressure to spend time with you. Just talk to him and do not start stalking him, hacking his emails or any other freaky obsessive behaviour. Just have a discussion. Hope it works out for you