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Is Internet Pornography Cheating? Internet pornography is a growing trend that has many people worried about their relationships. Is it cheating? And is it a "normal guy thing"? Here's what Dr. Phil believes: It is not OK behavior. It is a perverse and ridiculous intrusion into your relationship. It is an insult, it is disloyal and it is cheating. Consider how it makes your partner feel. If it makes your partner feel ugly, hurt, deceived, lied to or inadequate, then it needs to stop. If it is eroding your relationship, it's gone too far. Pornography isn't real, it's a fantasy. It's makeup, beauty lenses, hair extensions, camera angles, lighting and silicone! It's also somebody's daughter who has taken a really, really wrong turn. She's demeaning herself, debasing herself, humiliating herself and she's being exploited by people who are funded by you. It is a sick, demented, twisted world. It's not healthy, it's not natural and it's not normal. Viewing Internet pornography or engaging in cybersex is a mobile porn short step to taking cheating to the next level. You need to tell your partner that viewing pornography is absolutely, unequivocally unacceptable in your relationship. Draw a line: Your partner needs to choose between the pornography or the relationship. Ask yourself or your partner: Would you do it with your partner standing right there? Are you turning outside of your relationship to meet a need that should be met within the relationship? You can't change what you don't acknowledge, so find out if you or your partner have a problem. Do you justify the behavior by saying, "It's harmless," "Everyone does it," or "It's just the Internet"? Does it intrude on your relationship? Which is more important: pornography or your relationship?


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German 'porn pirates' to be named A German law firm that has been pursuing net pirates says it is going to begin naming some of those accused. On 1 September, Urmann plans to publish the names of individuals whose computers have been identified as having downloaded pornography. It said reports that it was going to target police officers and vicars were not correct. Initially it said it would name individuals who had downloaded a lot of content. Urmann has been sending letters to alleged pirates free porn since 2006. It declined to say how many letters it had sent or how many names it would publish. Dangerous The firm offers those that it contacts the chance to pay a one-off fee of around 650 euros ($815, £513) to recompense the copyright holder. Under German law, solicitors are allowed to publish the names of those accused by their clients. Michael Forrester, a solicitor from Kuits law firm in Manchester, said: "The legal system in Germany is very different to ours, being a civil law system. However, publishing details of alleged infringers could be dangerous and under English law would raise potential issues of defamation and breach of privacy depending on the exact wording used." He also pointed out that publishing names might mean alleged downloaders were less likely to pay. "In the UK, many people have strongly protested that they have not downloaded anything. However, they are sometimes tempted to pay to avoid the accusations being made publicly available when a court claim is issued," he said. "Therefore, publishing lists of alleged infringers may remove a big incentive for people to pay before a claim is issued because the allegations against them have already been made public." Court trial As part of a global crackdown on piracy, content owners began sending letters to individuals identified as downloading illegal content several years ago. Most have since found other methods of limiting piracy, with content holders such as the Motion Picture Association and music publishers choosing instead to get court orders forcing internet service providers to block access to sites associated with piracy. But a handful of law firms in Europe and the US, often representing the more niche content providers, have continued sending letters - often offering individuals the chance to pay the one-off compensation fee rather than face court. Golden Eye, a firm representing pornography film company Ben Dover Productions, is currently in the process of sending letters to 2,000 O2 customers.
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