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Part A. Reading Comprehension.
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Teenagers and Internet addiction
Today's teenagers are a generation for whom the line between online and real world interaction is practically non-existent. The apotheosis of this is Myspace.com, which began as a social networking site, but which now is ‘a nightclub open 24 hours a day, seven days a week’. Myspace currently receives more daily visits than Google and Amazon. The site has 40 million members worldwide, each using their personal page to email and post bulletins, blogs and photos of themselves. It is precisely that creation of identity which has made it such a teen sensation. It's like a voluntary Big Brother. For millions of teenagers, the Internet is like a drug. And the madness of the Internet and of adolescent hormones can be an especially potent combination. On one occasion, fourteen-year-old Kara met 18-year-old David on Myspace. The relationship, which began as a friendship, intensified on the site. When her parents, who opposed the relationship, tried to cut off her online access to him, her parents were shot dead by the boy. The Internet fuels fantasy. You can be an Internet warrior, an Internet seductress. Kids are using these sites to act out fantasy. On the Internet, you are allowed the chance to be the...
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