New research by UK communications regulator Ofcom shows women are spending more time online than men. More significant, the gap is larger in the much-coveted 25-34 year old age bracket. Big news, since the web has more or less been male dominated since its inception in the early '90s. The 'feminisation' of the net is being driven by a greater number of websites targeted at women. And now that the females are paying attention, the web may be set for a seismic shift in content. So while the Internet may continue to be a porn superhighway, the tarmac may soon become riven with potholes and neglected deer carcasses as focus shifts elsewhere.
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