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'The internet is very dangerous and people are deeply complacent about their privacy.If I was up to anything, I would never do it anywhere near the internet.' Around 14million Britons are believed to use social networking sites regularly.This chat line offers everyone a chance to meet new people in their city.The service is available to all across North America regardless of ethnicity and/or sexual orientation. The calls are discreet, private and most importantly confidential.The divorce rate has fallen in recent years, but two in five marriages are still failing, according to statistics.Emma Brady only discovered her husband wanted a divorce after he posted a message on Facebook reading: 'Neil Brady has ended his marriage to Emma Brady.' Mrs Brady claims she had no idea he even wanted a divorce and only found out when a friend, who read the post on the social networking website, rang to console her.

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Karen Moores, at Sydney Mitchell Solicitors, said: 'Over the last five years there has been a definite rise in the number of internetrelated divorces, and increasingly so over the last two years.

For most couples, social networking websites such as Facebook are a harmless way to keep in touch with friends and acquaintances.

But many are finding out the hard way about the online temptations on offer, as the sites are blamed for an increasing number of divorces.

To keep this resource 100% free for users, we receive advertising compensation from the sites listed on this page.Companies are also cashing in with software which allows customers to spy electronically on their partners.Karen Moores, at Sydney Mitchell Solicitors, said: 'Over the last five years there has been a definite rise in the number of internetrelated divorces, and increasingly so over the last two years.For most couples, social networking websites such as Facebook are a harmless way to keep in touch with friends and acquaintances.But many are finding out the hard way about the online temptations on offer, as the sites are blamed for an increasing number of divorces.To make matters worse, she also discovered someone else had commented her husband was 'better off out of it'. I have had people who I haven't spoken to for years contacting me asking what is going 'I only joined Facebook because the girls at work said it was good fun.' Mrs Brady, from Accrington, went on: 'I asked Neil if he had anything to tell me and he simply said no.