When it comes to determining whether your partner is being unfaithful, PC and phone spyware can often be an invaluable tool. It will not always provide rock-solid and indisputable evidence of infidelity, regardless of how damning it might initially appear. For example, email or chat logs that go into explicit sexual content can be, and often are, explained away as just pure fantasy. "It was all just pretend stuff. It was just a fantasy thing. Nothing ever happened in real life. Honest." The main use of spyware in establishing whether infidelity is occurring is to help identify the other person and past or future events (times and locations) so that surveillance can be better targeted and video obtained to show how both people interact when together. Holding hands and kissing, then walking off into a motel is a whole lot harder to explain away than a few salacious emails.
Okay, so spyware can be helpful when you need to determine whether your partner is cheating. But, there's another take on the use of spyware that seems to be becoming more prevalent these days.
Over the past few months, I've been contacted by a number of people looking to use spyware to help them determine whether their partner is becoming suspicious of their infidelity.
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