British resource Divorce Online, who specializes in resolving intra-family conflicts and provides relevant legal information, said that in 2011 a third of divorces were due to Facebook.
Excessive interest in social networks does not lead to good. However, in this case the fault Facebook only indirect. People often forget about any precautions, becoming too frank and uninhibited on the Web. And flirting with members of the opposite sex, even if completely innocent, must be carefully hidden not only in real life, but also in virtual. And you definitely shouldn't save your password in the browser. Most often, the case ends with the fact that one of the spouses accidentally or intentionally logs in under the account of the other and deducts so much there that, without hesitation, he goes to a lawyer and files for divorce.
According to data provided Divorce Online, last year, more than 5,000 divorce cases lay on the table for lawyers, in which it was read in Facebook. However, this statistic is by no means complete.