The story goes like this: a man and a woman shared the use of a computer. Man visits questionable dating sites but was careful to utilise Firefox’s “Clear Private Data” function which clears saved passwords, cookies, browsing history and the cache. BUT it does not erase the list of sites to “Never Save Password” for.
Woman stumbles across this list of sites which included, you guess it, those questionable dating sites. Result? 5-year relationship ended just like that.
A couple of good points come from the links below and I shall sum it thus:
- Never do anything on a PC that is not solely used by yourself, that you are afraid ppl will know about. No matter how careful or techy you think you are, you will slip up. Guilty conscious ppl always do.
- Having said that, is visiting dating sites but not going on any dates enough reason to end the relationship? A similar analogy is: a man may like looking at other women but is ultimately faithful, would you still dump him? Highly debatable.
I don’t know about you but that’s why I do all my porn surfing on one computer only – the one in my room. 😉