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For the study, published in the Journal of Adolescence, the team examined the impact of gender on 703 US high school students' experience of digital dating abuse behaviours.

Both girls and boys reported equal rates of digital monitoring and control, and digital direct aggression.

This trend in the behaviour of criminals is alarming and the police are imploring the community to be more vigilant,” said Marope.

“Typically, the modus operandi of these criminals is that they target unsuspecting and vulnerable people who are [using] on-line dating.

They established a chatting platform and relationship with the victims and in a process lured them to exchange their nude pictures using [the] social media platform.” He added that after a while these criminals would then demand the victims to deposit a certain amount of money via money market transactions, failing which they threatened to circulate the victim`s nude pictures on social media platforms.

But while clingy women might send their partner running for the hills, men can get away with it, research suggests.

This problem may also occasionally be caused by a glitch in Microsoft Internet Explorer.Men with insecure girlfriends and wives are less satisfied with their relationship and suffer stress from constantly having to reassure their other half, a survey found.But rather than being put-off by clinginess in men, women said they remain just as satisfied.They reported being more upset and had more negative emotional responses when faced with behaviours like "pressured to sext" (sending a sexual or naked photo), sent a threatening message, looked at private information to check up without permission and monitored whereabouts and activities."Boys often treat girls as sex objects, which contributes to the higher rate of digital sexual coercion, as boys may feel entitled to have sexual power over girls," added Richard Tolman, Professor at the University of Michigan.

This problem may also occasionally be caused by a glitch in Microsoft Internet Explorer.Men with insecure girlfriends and wives are less satisfied with their relationship and suffer stress from constantly having to reassure their other half, a survey found.But rather than being put-off by clinginess in men, women said they remain just as satisfied.They reported being more upset and had more negative emotional responses when faced with behaviours like "pressured to sext" (sending a sexual or naked photo), sent a threatening message, looked at private information to check up without permission and monitored whereabouts and activities."Boys often treat girls as sex objects, which contributes to the higher rate of digital sexual coercion, as boys may feel entitled to have sexual power over girls," added Richard Tolman, Professor at the University of Michigan.In contrast men tend to bottle up how they feel, limiting the impact any anxiety on their part can have on their girlfriend’s own happiness.