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I started finding pictures that he had - some very interesting photos."So Christine installed a software package called e Blaster by Spectorsoft on the computer that she and her husband shared.
She says, "And that's when I found out all the different sites he was going to, what he was looking for. It is important to note, it is legal to put this spy software on a computer as long as you own the computer - which Christine did.But she would not have been legally allowed to put it on her husband's computer at work or any other computer that she did not own.With the surge in cyber-affairs, a new market for electronic spying has developed. She says, "I'm one of those people who says no body fluids exchanged is not an affair.Web sites such as and Infidelity describe an array of surveillance products capable of tracking a cheating spouse's e-mails and online chats, including some that can monitor each keystroke in real time. This is certainly tacky behavior." About Christine's situation, she notes before using the special software, Christine was already suspicious. Browne says, "You were having problems in your marriage, you probably weren't having sex.Whether you know the details about what he was doing, you have enough evidence.The Internet has made it easy to view pornography and even have Internet affairs or "cyber-sex." In fact, 8 to 10 percent of Internet users actually become addicted to cyber-sex and one-third of divorce litigation is actually sparked by online affairs. Joy Browne, radio talk-show host, author and clinical psychologist and relationship expert, and a woman named Christine who used spy software and caught her husband contacting women over the Internet, offer their views on the matter on The Early Show.
The big questions are: Is cyber-sex considered cheating? Christine suspected that her husband was having online affairs.
Is it actually adultery and what should you do if you suspect that your spouse is having an online affair? She says what tipped her off was, "Long hours on the computer in his office.
And when I'd walk in, he'd be switching so I couldn't see what he was doing. And then I had gotten a picture sent to me from my sister and I'm not very computer literate, and I was checking the computer to find out where I put the picture when I downloaded it.
I feel like the software and computers is like looking in your kid's diary.
You can find out by doing that you can find out by object serving and you've got a much stronger case to say, 'look, I notice you're spending a lot of time at work.' I guess having the evidence may be helpful."Christine says though she was aware of the problems in her marriage, she needed the extra proof. I was curious of what was going on because he would deny a lot of things and say it was nothing.
Then he finally said, 'well, I'm just looking.' And this is a man who has always been very religious, very reputable."When asked if there is any way cyber-affairs can be harmless, Dr. If we make it the same as an affair then men will say, why not talk to them, why not date them, why not have sex with them?