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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.
The most common reason seemed to be people having inappropriate sexual chats with people they were not supposed to.' Critics claim the internet tempts the weak to cheat on their partners, while suspicious spouses turn to the web to find evidence of unreasonable behaviour, from flirting to full-blown affairs.
'It started off with Friends Reunited where people were hooking up with exes from their school days, arranging to meet up and then starting affairs.
'Now it's Facebook, with people discovering their partners emailing or pictured with other people, or on websites that they really shouldn't.
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.