For some it may never be a problem, but a couple of years ago I found myself taking too much advantage of online privacy. Chat rooms, email, and private messaging made it extremely easy, and it didn't feel that wrong, like similar conversations would if they happened in person. I've found myself shocked at the number of people, and even who some of the people are, that have had similar issues. The internet makes it VERY easy to get out of line. (ha...too punny) What do you do, personally, to ensure that you remain as pure and blameless in your online ventures as you do in your church and community? I have drastically changed my online habits. I rarely frequent chatrooms, and am very cautious about who I send emails/pm's to, especially men, and what I say, so as to not have my intentions misunderstood if I do feel I need to talk to someone privately. I also visit non-Christian message boards much less frequently, and quit posting on pagan sites so as to view less materials that would put wrong thoughts in my head, although I joined them before with the intention of witnessing. Still, the things said and suggested can get people on the wrong track sometimes. So, to repeat myself...What do you do, personally, to ensure that you remain as pure and blameless in your online ventures as you do in your church and community?