U.S. Couples More Likely to Share Passwords Than Calendar
Whether it's through online dating, communicating or even getting creative in the bedroom, technology influences our love lives. Now, new data suggests we're increasingly willing to share even the most personal online information with our significant others.
According to a recent survey conducted by Pew Research Center, 59% of U.S. Internet users in relationships of five years or less share passwords. For couples in relationships of 10 years or more, that number rises to 72%.
In contrast, only 10% of users share online calendars with their partners, while 8% share social-media accounts.