Facebook Cheating May Be Used Against You In Court (INFOGRPAHIC)

LOOK: How That Facebook Poke Could Cost You

It's no surprise that social media has made cheating easier than ever before -- after all, an old flame or flirty friend is only a few mouse clicks away. In fact, it's estimated that one in five U.S. adults use Facebook for flirting, according to a Pew Internet and American Life Project report from 2008.

But be warned: your online trysts may be used against you in divorce court. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers found that 81 percent of their members have used evidence from Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites.

Curious about how to protect yourself? Scroll through the infographic below from Total Divorce.

Click through the slideshow below to test your knowledge of cheating statistics:

QUESTION: According to an online study, women with what color hair are more likely to cheat?

Cheating Survey Trivia

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