Dating cheaters exposed
And, as ever, your significant other can hire a private investigator, and he or she has access to lots of newfangled tools with which to spy on you.
An industrious partner can even find incriminating information without professional help by looking in a few key places on your shared computer, your phone or any social media sites you or your friends frequent.
In these days of instant digital communication and the information trail it leaves, there are more ways your infidelity can be discovered, even if you think you are carefully covering your tracks.
One issue is that just because you delete something from your computer or phone doesn't mean it's really gone.
It's a prosecutable offense that can land you a year in confinement and a dishonorable discharge.
What about people who used Ashley Madison to engage in gay affairs?
Their addresses are most likely legitimate, because they were tied to the credit card they used to pay for the service, according to one computer researcher. And in total, the data makes it easy to hunt someone down. For example, the database shows if a person was listed as a married "male seeking male" with a "someone I can teach" sexual fantasy looking for a "boy next door." Or an "attached female seeking male" with a "spanking" fantasy seeking "a Don Juan." The listed sexual fantasies range from master/slave relationships to cross dressing and exhibitionism.
Have you ever opened BAE’s phone only to find that he was texting a lot of other girls?
Did you find a pair of boxers that were definitely not yours between the mattress and the headboard?
But a percentage of people will actually cheat despite the breach in ethics or risk of discovery.
Here are 10 ways these cheaters can be betrayed by technology, often the very technology that is aiding them in their indiscretions.
But it's difficult to verify the accuracy of these searching tools.