Hello everyone, I need some help. I work in a remote mine camp on Baffin Island, which is on the opposite end of Canada from where we live (in BC). We've got mobile fence on my phone, and I've asked my SO to put some accountability software on my phone also before I leave so that she can have the peace of mind in knowing what is going on every day digitally for me. Where we are coming to a standstill on, comfort wise, is how I can make her feel more secure about my usage of the work PC, there are really strict content filters on the internet at work, so there aren't any questions let sites that I can search or access out there. Part of my recovery is that I've agreed to stay off of all social media except Facebook, and I only go on Facebook when the two of us are together. So the main concern for my SO is that I'll use the work PC to go on Facebook or Instagram or something else. I do have to use this computer for work related paperwork while I'm there, and I only have access to it during work hours, not in my downtime, I can't avoid being on the computer. I know that I do not want to break our boundaries, and I do not want to break my promises to her and disappoint her at all. I just need ideas on how I can make her feel secure about my computer usage while I'm on the other side of the country, some useful boundaries I can set in place to help.