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Alvin Cooper is the Masters and Johnson of cybersex.
The Stanford University psychiatry professor and sex therapist, who is spearheading the first national survey on online sexual behavior, is among the most respected experts on sex and the Internet.
The husband walked into a room to find his wife moaning loudly while exchanging steamy messages with a stranger in a chat room.
"These are some of the same people who used to spend a lot of money on phone sex lines and pornographic video rentals," Cooper said.
I'd like for them to think what they want about me." He only offers that he is married (wife Ulrike is Australian) and has no children.
After earning degrees at UC Riverside and Texas Tech, Cooper served an internship at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration before joining the Stanford faculty in 1987.
Demand largely comes from Western paedophiles in places including the UK, Canada and the US.
Cooper's nationwide poll of Web surfers' sex habits has received a torrent of attention since it was posted on MSNBC's Web site last month.
It questions Net surfers anonymously on everything from how much time they spend on smut sites to whether voyeurism and talking dirty in cyberspace constitute infidelity.
The arrested suspect allegedly produced and sent sexually explicit images of very young children via social media to paedophiles overseas in exchange for money.
She allegedly described sex acts that she would force the victims to do on themselves and on other children for the foreign customer watching online from abroad.
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