Flashback: Confessions of a 90s Internet Addict Will Transport You Back in Time

Twenty years ago, the internet was about chat rooms and dial-up connections - but it was just as addictive for some people.

The average person in 1996 only used the internet for seven hours a week, which seems almost unimaginable today.

But INSIDE EDITION spoke to one woman who bucked the trend and was so addicted that she spent 30 hours online each week.

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Her entire life revolved around the habit: she lost friends and even forgot to feed her pets.

Watch the old footage above - and look out for more footage from the archives on INSIDEEDITION.COM soon!