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'I was really surprised to see 20 per cent of all the petitions containing references to Facebook.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."I’M just admiring myself in the mirror – I’ll only be a second . .” Manson preens, reclining on a bed fit for an orgy in a dimly lit room on the upper storey of his quaint villa in the Hollywood hills.I’d been expecting something more gothic, more of a Marilyn’s mansion, if you will, when I was invited to his home.
'The first I knew about it was when I received a phone call at work from my best friend, who lives in Denmark,' said the 35-year-old conference organiser. 'He acted like everything was fine so we carried on as normal.' The couple's six-year marriage limped on for another five months and finally disintegrated after a row just before Christmas last year.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.But why would anything be predictable in the world of the man who hit the headlines this week for pointing a fake gun at his crowd in San Bernardino on the day of the Texas church massacre?
He’s one of the more unnerving people I’ve been stuck in a bedroom with and I leapt at the chance when he said: “I have the new video if you want to see it.'The internet is very dangerous and people are deeply complacent about their privacy.