18 Feb '11, 6am

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More people are spending more time online playing games, surfing the Internet or socially networking through sites like Facebook and MySpace. Like everything else, time spent online is all about moderation. But some go beyond this, into online addiction. We speak to a mother of a former addict and find out how the obsession can compromise family life.

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