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Meanwhile his wife Wendy, 57, remains at one of the couple’s many homes, a £15 million waterfront mansion on Nantucket Island in Massachusetts, where she focuses on her philanthropic work amid reports in the US that she has accepted their ‘open marriage’.‘As far as Kate was concerned it was true love,’ her close friend Jason Parsley, a journalist, told The Mail on Sunday. 'The reason I am speaking out now is that it is ironic that someone like him can be so free and easy discussing other people’s privacy issues online while using his vast wealth to protect his own image.’Bohner laid bare her feelings for Schmidt, whom she jokingly called ‘Dr Strangelove’ in an online blog: Recoverygirl007.

She revealed he had given her a prototype i Phone (late Apple boss Steve Jobs was a friend of Schmidt’s), whisked her away for romantic breaks and lavished her with expensive jewellery.

At the time of the affair, Schmidt was at the height of his power.

He was brought in as Google’s CEO in 2001 by creators Sergey Brin and Larry Page, who relied on his expertise to turn their modest internet search engine into a global media powerhouse.

Prime Minister David Cameron has vowed to ‘put the heat on’ internet companies to eradicate the blight of child porn, while children’s charities have blamed Google and Microsoft for opening the floodgates of online porn into Britain.

Google, which says it has a ‘zero- tolerance’ policy on child sexual abuse content, has argued policing the billions of images, stories and data generated daily on the internet would be a Herculean task and any controls could inadvertently restrict legitimate online searches.

It says parents can use Google ‘filters’ like Safe Search to prevent children accessing pornography.‘What I worry about is that such laws are often slippery slopes,’ Eric Schmidt told a conference in May 2012.

‘In many other countries, adult pornography legislation is an attempt to legislate something else.’Schmidt has also been criticised for helping Google avoid paying corporation tax in Britain: Recently released figures show Google paid a paltry £10.6 million in tax between 20 on revenue of £12 billion in the UK.

Schmidt appeared before parliament’s public accounts committee in May, where chairman Margaret Hodge branded Google ‘devious’, ‘unethical’ and ‘evil’.