by Beatrice Bretonnier Paris - The Internet has become a new vehicle for adultery, suggests a book recently published in France.
"The Internet will soon become the most common form of infidelity," said Yannick Chatelain, co-author of In Bed with the Web: Internet And The New Adultery and an expert on new technologies.
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Internet service providers, said Chatelain, often try to have it both ways by condemning online pornography while doing little to block intensive spamming of end users with ads for porn sites, web-cam encounters and sexual performance enhancers.
The online sex market "will account for -billion (R455-billion) in 2006," according to Chatelain, noting that there are about 400 000 porn sites in the world.
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"It is obvious to all that the computer has already unsettled relations within the family," he added.
Cheating online offers new possibilities, according to co-author and psychologist Loick Roche.
The British statistical office, they note, has pointed to the Internet as contributing to a rising rate of divorce.
Online sexual chitchat with strangers in discussion forums, specialised gadgets that enhance online "gender switching", web-cam sex - all of which can lead to face-to-face encounters - are a few common cybersex activities.
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