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Posted by Iamsam

I have one more question that mom or papa sometimes record their private moments in their mobile and their naked photos. I saw them last time when Mummy gave me her mobile to transfer some data in PC. And since my mom is also office going person I'm afraid of their privacy as a lot of videos are getting leaked. How can I acknowledge them about this without making it awkward? Kindly help.

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moderator Bombay Sapphire
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Again - its not your matter dear Iamsam. you can tell her that PC are not safe to store private stuff - thats a general information Yes?
Dont your parents know that you are a grown up who understands a lot of things or do they see you as a very small child?
Could we request you, please keep all your questions in ne mail chain
https://letstalk.lovematters.in/en/forum/question/hello-i-am-facing-prob...

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No you got me wrong here, she gave me her mobile just to transfer data (Excel sheets and 1-2 movies). Then when I opened the gallery, I found the other stuff too.

moderator Bombay Sapphire
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Right. Go It. Its their private matter and you ought no t have access over it NOR ought you t be looking into her private stuff. Same as above.
https://lovematters.in/en/love-and-relationships/healthy-sex-life-five-t...

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I'm not looking into her private stuff, neither I want to intrude thier privacy. All I am concerned about if her mobile goes into wrong hands then it might cause trouble. How should I educate her to not to keep such things in a phone or to have a strong password. Google files/photos are also linked in the mobile. How can I explain her That too in a non-awkward way?

moderator Bombay Sapphire
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PLease read the response of Oct 31, above. Exactly the same suggestions have been given to you.
You can one day just simply say to her, let me teach you a few tricks on the computer and ONE of them can be,
"let me give you some tips since so many people use your office computer " sort of a thing
https://lovematters.in/en/how-to-maintain-privacy-when-living-with-parents