Study says more people snooping on their significant others’ email

Women do it more than men, according to the Retrevo study.

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A. Ignore it. Close it up, and wait to reap your karma points.
B. Give it a quick scan to ensure there’s nothing tawdry before you close it.
C. Snoop to your heart’s delight.

Well, 37 percent of married people fall somewhere in the B and C categories, according to a Retrevo study.

Suggesting that those closest to us are collecting just as much information about us as some of the “Big Brother” sites, Retrevo surveyed 1,000 Web users and found that the percentage of snooping partners is on the rise.

From the study:

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