The Internet is a worldwide decentralized network of computers that today has a far-reaching influence and may affect almost all aspects of our existence. In fact, the Internet has integrated so well into people’s lives that, for many, it is very difficult to imagine how they lived without it. One aspect of our daily existence where the Internet has introduced major changes is our social lives (Amichai-Hamburger et al., 2002 and Hamburger and Ben-Artzi, 2000). The Internet is a leading social arena where people can meet others and interact. Social life on the Internet initially comprised social tools, such as chat forums and newsgroups. Today it has developed many additional components, such as blogs, fantasy environments, and social networks (Amichai-Hamburger, 2005; Amichai-Hamburger & Barak, 2009).