Ok, there are multiple parts to this question. It’s kind of a read and answer type-a-thing…
I share a computer with my roommate. My boyfriend uses it, sometimes when I’m asleep (he has his own apartment, but he stays over at mine a lot). He uses it to do homework, and sometimes other stuff. A few weeks ago, I found copious amounts of porn and not-quite-porn on my comp, women in sexy poses and partially dressed and just plain porn sites… I called him up and said “dude, if you’re going to look up porn on my computer, at least have better taste than britteny spears, and delete the history”. He said it wasn’t him, and it was spyware, and it should be gone now. It really upset me cause I still sometimes feel like I’m just not cute enough (what a unique argument, no?) After that, he’s looked it up twice(saying I gave him permission, which I guess I did), deleting the history(maintaining the first time wasn’t him), but sometimes there’s still stuff in my history. The other day, there were some sites that he said were pop up links from his e-mail, and there weren’t a lot of them, so I just deleted them. A few days ago, he was looking up sexy posters on a poster site, and just left 'em in the history. This skeeves me out.
So I have a coupla questions.
A) Do I have a right to be skeeved out and ask him not to look up anything erotic on my computer?
B) Could it have been spyware the first time?
C) Was he being rude/insensitive by leaving the posters in the history, even though they weren’t porn?
D) Am I being a psycho-jealous-lowselfesteem-brat-girlfriend?