ROMANCING THE COMPUTER

THE FIRST CYBERADULTERY SUIT SHOWS THE RISKS OF LOOKING FOR LOVE ONLINE

THE HEART MAY HAVE ITS REASONS, BUT it also has its places. Romance blooms at Niagara Falls and in Paris in April, on moonlit beaches and before glowing hearths. As Valentine's Day rolls around this week, love is booming in yet another and far less likely spot: cyberspace. Untold thousands are flirting, courting, marrying and even cheating online. Three weeks ago, John Goydan of Bridgewater, New Jersey, sued for divorce from his wife Diane, citing the steamy onscreen affair she had been having with what appeared to be a married man in Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Diane's liaison with "The Weasel,"...

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