Relationships: How many men have secret email accounts?

ssorich@ledger-enquirer.comNovember 21, 2012 

Here's something likely to ruin any good cheer lingering from Thanksgiving: 20 percent of men have a secret email account to hide things from their girlfriend/wife, according to the results of a study conducted by antivirus software company Bullguard.

That percentage equals one in five guys. Does the number surprise you?

Guyism details the study results, adding that the study also revealed "66 percent of men refuse to share their passwords with their lady."

Ah, the intersection of technology and relationships. Sometimes, technology enhances your collective cuteness -- for example, refer to the concept of "we-mail." But more often, it likely challenges your trust.

Weigh in: If you learned your partner had a secret email account, what would you do?

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