Catharine Higginson told BuzzFeed News that the furore is “utterly ridiculous”.
<h1>Two days ago, teacher Catharine Higginson, 45, <a href="http://bit.ly/1y2d314">told</a> <i>The Mirror</i> about a discovery she'd made regarding her husband, James, 42.</h1>
After 10 years of marriage I had always believed husband James and I didnt have secrets from one another.
Turns out there was a huge, totally shocking one that I only discovered by accident.
Last year I was teaching in a particular building at school where there was no mobile phone reception which meant I missed a text from my bank with an activation code to make an important financial transfer.
When I got home I started to apologise to my husband James who immediately replied, “Oh, don't worry about it – I've sorted it.”
When I looked at him, puzzled, he continued: “I was able to get into your phone and locate the code to activate the transaction” before casually adding: “I don't need you here to be able to read your text messages.”
<h1>She revealed that he'd "installed a tracking app by Cerberus on my phone and those used by my children Daisy, 19, Tilly, 16, and Max, 12, from my first marriage."</h1>
And she went on to add: "While I was very shocked at first about the extent of the snooping I ultimately don’t have a problem with him doing this because I’m not up to anything. But I can see that for those for whom cheating is in their DNA, they’d panic about being caught out."