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Links 1 through 1 of 1 by Dina Mehta tagged romance

NEW DELHI: Indian and Chinese users are more likely to make friends online than their counterparts globally, says a global survey of Internet users. Indians are also more likely to rekindle romantic relationships through the internet than other global users.

The Norton Online Living Report, commissioned by Internet security firm Symantec, surveyed 9,000 adults and kids in 12 different countries, including the US, UK, France, China, Japan, Brazil and India. E-mail was the most widely used application, preferred by 92% of the respondents to communicate with friends and family.

About 50% of those surveyed said they use social networking websites. As per the report, seven in 10 adults worldwide said the Internet has made their relationships better. The percentage was higher for India, with 90% of users saying their relationships had improved due to the internet.

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