The old adage in marriage is "What's yours is mine and what's mine is yours" but apparently that isn't the case when it comes to email. A man in Michigan is facing felony charges from reading his wife's gmail account. The prosecutor in the case is using a criminal statute that typically pertains to internet hackers but the man counters that his wife left her passwords for him to see. But who is in right? We talk to a legal expert, Paul Callan, about the precedent and a psychologist, Jeff Gardere, about what is morally responsible.