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A man looks at a dating site on his computer in Washington,DC on... News PhotoAdult,Computer,Couple - Relationship,Dating,Family,Horizontal,Internet,Lifestyles,Looking,Men,Photography,Social Issues,Technology,USA,Washington DCPhotographer Collection: AFP TO GO WITH AFP STORY US-LIFESTYLE-LOVE-INTERNET-ADULTERY BY FABIENNE FAUR A man looks at a dating site on his computer in Washington,DC on February 10, 2014. One 29-year-old woman says it helped her take revenge on her unfaithful husband. A 45-year-old married man says it has helped prevent the break-up of his family. For millions, adultery via the Internet has become the new normal. Since the launch of the Canada-based Ashley Madison website in 2002, which created a sensation with its seductive slogan 'Life is short, have an affair,' the numbers turning to online infidelity have soared. There are now dozens of similar websites offering the promise of extramarital relationships with domain names that are unabashedly direct, from to For Noel Biderman, the founder of Ashley Madison, his site and others like it are merely facilitating a human desire that is as old as time. AFP PHOTO/EVA HAMBACH (Photo credit should read EVA HAMBACH/AFP/Getty Images)