I'm not an especially depraved individual, but there are definitely things on my hard drive that I wouldn't want my girlfriend catching wind of. Most of us are like that, I assume. So I was kind of amazed listening to Slate discuss an emerging standard of password sharing among couples.
They note that trust can mean different things here. Where one couple might see sharing passwords as an act of trust, another might view it as an inherent expression of distrust and suspicion.
So how 'bout it, dear commenters - at what point, if any, would you be comfortable sharing your password with a significant other? [Slate]