By Crystal Becerril > Senior > English and Journalism > Boston University; Photo by AR > Sophomore > Graphic Design > UMBC
Do you remember the episode of Boy Meets World where Topanga uses Cory’s razor in their college years? While it took Cory a while to get over it, it showed that some things, even in a very long-term relationship, aren’t always open for sharing.
In a lesser physical extent, what about online password sharing?
Still, while a certain level of trust goes into sharing such information, is there also a different degree of trust in not sharing?
“I think that people should trust each other enough to be okay with keeping some things personal,” said Diana Giunta, a University of Vermont student.
While Giunta agrees that there is nothing wrong with the “openness” of sharing passwords, she brings another angle to the subject.
Since one person’s perspective doesn’t necessarily match their partners on everything—especially after a breakup—the risk of sharing a password is substantial.
This article is the second in a week-long series of stories about online relationship etiquette. Check back tomorrow for the next addition!