In today's technology-driven world, there is no escaping the use of the Internet in schools and offices.
However, excessive Internet use may lead to deteriorating relationships or interfere with the user's responsibilities.
Addictive Internet use is a relatively new phenomenon which many people are unaware of and subsequently do not seek treatment for. This book compiles a series of articles about the different types of Internet-related addictions that a child or teenager may face, such as pornography, social networking, gaming and online shopping.
It also explores the legal problems that arises from cybercrimes and discusses the services and programs available for both the victims and perpetrators.
Finally, it explores the implications of future technology and research into this area.