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Suspicious Women Use the Internet to Spy

Adrian Mudd   February 1, 2009

MORE than one in four women in Dudley have used the internet to secretly spy on their other half according to research by Virgin Media.

With almost 88 per cent of Brits surfing the internet daily, it’s never been easier for women to snoop on their loved ones, leading to the rise of an ‘iSpy generation’. The research reveals the fairer sex in the borough are almost twice as likely to spy on their partners using the internet than their male counterparts.

Yorkshire leads the way as the nation’s most insecure area with 30 percent of the county’s couples admitting to spying on each other via the internet, closely followed by those in the South (26 percent).

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