An "internet researcher" has discovered that porn's internet reign is over: "Young users spend so much time on social networks that they don't have time to look at adult sites." Whereas XXX stuff was previous the top net activity, porn surfing has dropped to only about 10 percent of searches; MySpace and Facebook now occupy the top slots. "As social-networking traffic has increased, visits to porn sites have decreased,'" said the researcher, adding that 18- to 24-year-olds particularly are searching less for porn." Of course, no allowance is made for the fact that these kids probably don't need to look at porn because of MySpace, but...hey, semantics! [New York Post]