do you allow your friends to read messages on your mobile phones?
March 24, 2008 11:14am CST
my friend allows our classmates to read messages to his mobile phones until such time that one of them relayed the messages to some of our classmates about their secret relationship with a girl that older than him. he got mad and felt upset of the girl did on his mobile phones. will you allow your friends to do the same?
7 May 08
yes they borrow my fone to "check it out" but i always delete any unimportant msgs, and i always delete any "dialogue msgs" so its highly unlikely that i will incriminate myself with the exception that the msg arrived when it was being borrowed and they read it.
• United Kingdom
24 Mar 08
I never have any private messages that are sent to me which I wouldn't want anyone to see, I am not surprised he got upset that was invasion of his privacy which should have been kept private, how would they feel if that happened to them? Not nice is it. Messages shouldn't be passed around as sometimes they have information on there which should only be read by the person who has received it. It is no one else's business to read what doesn't concern them.
24 Mar 08
I would not allow my friends to read my messages. I would only let them read if a message involves them. SMS should be treated as mail. Mails are private. They should not be opened by anyone except the one who the mail is sent to.