Addiction also directly contributes to loyalty and attenuates the relationship between satisfaction and loyalty.
This finding partially explains why people remain loyal to an online game despite being dissatisfied.
The results indicate that perceived playfulness and descriptive norms influence online game addiction.
Furthermore, descriptive norms indirectly affect online game addiction through perceived playfulness.
A comparison of activity revealed all male respondents use social media ‘most of the time’.
As much as 87% women said they use social media most of the time.
People with this tend to make chat room relationships more important than their relationships with family or friends.
They may even try to meet someone personally after meeting him or her online.
The third type of internet addiction is Information Overload.
People become obsessed with tracking down certain information and organizing it.