A new study has revealed that it is easier to cut back on internet pornography consumption if you have a broadband connection.

    Read moreRead moreA new study, from researchers at Oxford University and the Broadband and Telecoms Research Institute (BTRI), has found that the more likely you are to be connected to a broadband network, the more you are likely to be watching porn.

    The study, which used data from nearly 1,400 people, was conducted between January and April 2017.

    Participants were divided into two groups.

    The first group, which included those who had no internet connection at all, watched no more than five minutes of porn a day.

    The second group watched six to eight hours a day of porn and, for the remainder of the study, only watched two to three hours of porn.

    Study participants were also asked how many hours of internet they had spent watching porn and the amount of time they spent viewing online porn.

    The results were consistent: The less porn you watched, the less likely you were to watch porn online.

    However, the study also found that internet porn viewing had no impact on how much people were addicted to porn.

    In fact, when it came to how addicted they were to internet porn, those who used the internet less were much less likely to have used it for porn than those who regularly watched porn online, suggesting that it was not that much of a problem for people with internet access.

    The results are published in the journal PLOS ONE.

    The findings are based on the fact that porn consumption was found to be positively correlated with internet porn addiction.

    The researchers found that while internet porn addicts were much more likely to engage in regular internet porn use, they were still less likely than non-addicted people to have internet porn habit at all.

    This means that the study findings are in line with what other studies have found: that people with limited internet access tend to engage more in porn when they have access to more internet.

    The researchers suggested that a more positive correlation between internet porn usage and internet addiction could be due to the fact many people who are addicted to internet pornography are not using it to the same extent as the people who have no internet access at all to watch the videos.

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