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17 Jan

Shifting internet demographics: Women have caught up to men online.

Younger women and black women outpace their male peers. The internet was dominated by men in its early days, but by 2000 and continuing on to today, the user population has been evenly divided between men and women.

Dubbed 'sugar babies', these good-looking girls join rich older men for cinema dates, gym trips and holidays in return for a monthly cash allowance and lavish presents - plus the piece of mind that they'll leave university in the black.

'I was working four days a week and going to university for five days. 'I would have to run from lectures straight to work and it was just too much.

But these undergrads aren't turning to loan sharks or spiralling into thousands of pounds worth of credit card debit.

Instead, they have turned to the world's largest online dating website that matches them with wealthy benefactors seeking 'mutually beneficial relationships'.

I had seen the girls picture's on social networkin site and commented on nice eyes (the images might have had cleavage).. Is it illegal to absolutely even chat with 16 yr old, I guess that is legal age in CT. So the question in nutshell is, chatting to minor ( teenager) once, seeing some non-nude pics.. Sure there's a chance that it's law enforcement; 50/50.

But women slightly outnumber men in the internet population because they make up a greater share of the overall U. Various measures of intensity of internet use suggest men are slightly more engaged with their internet use than women.

Online activities: Men are more likely than women to use the internet for many online activities, but women are catching up.

The quick release of dash-cam video showing a police chase that ended when a Milwaukee County Sheriff's deputy fired at the fleeing vehicle, killing the driver and injuring a passenger, has led to different interpretations of what the footage depicts.

Attorneys representing the family of Terry Williams and his passenger, Paula Mc Ewen, say the video shows Williams was not trying to run down anyone when the deputy began shooting and said it's unclear if Williams lost consciousness from his injuries before swerving. Daniel Hughes highlighted the deputy's location in the apparent path of the SUV when showing a slow-motion version of the video to reporters Friday."You'll see the officer right there," Hughes said. Daniel Hughes, commander of the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office department's Criminal Investigation Division, narrates while explaining the dash cam video from the deputy sheriffs pursuit of the SUV driven by Terry Williams.