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Another survey of 7000 people indicated 60 percent did not consider cyber-sex with another person to be infidelity, likening it more to pornography and less like a real relationship.
However, such rationalizations are negated by reports from those who have Internet affairs that "intimacy," "closeness," and personal disclosures make cyber-sex seductive.
While, perhaps, the rise of Internet affairs reflects how the technology creates new ambiguity regarding violations of monogamy, it certainly reflects the difficulties people commonly have in defining a "self"-and not violating it.Feel free to re-publish this interview (or portions of this interview) with proper attribution.danah: My Space and Facebook are social network sites where individuals create profiles and link to others (“friends”) within the system.The ad cuts to years later when the boat resurfaces in a net on a commercial fishing boat.In the next shot, the boat appears on a computer screen in front of a ginger-haired adult, his face bearing a look of stunned recognition.
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