reBlog from cyberesq.wordpress.com: Cyber-Esq.

Posted: December 23, 2009 in family law
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I found this fascinating quote today:

Therefore, should it come as any great shock that Facebook may provide an avenue for easy infidelity?  Probably not.  However, as a related article from Telegraph.co.uk hints, dallying spouses should exercise caution.  Although social networks may open avenues for infidelity, they also make it easier for “suspicious spouses” to spy.  And, the evidence they are discovering online is finding its way into divorce courts all across the country with greater regularity.cyberesq.wordpress.com, Cyber-Esq., Dec 2009

You should read the whole article.

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