Keira Knightley finds the internet "dehumanizing." "The Duchess" actress is disgusted by social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter and can't stand people who are always checking their email.
Keira said: "I hate the internet. I find it dehumanizing to constantly check emails or social sites which have become so fashionable."
The 24-year-old actress also refuses to Google herself so she can't get upset by criticism.
The star relies on her actress friend Sienna Miller - who she met on the set of Dylan Thomas biopic "The Edge of Love" - to stop her searching for her name on the web.
Sienna, 27, recently explained: "We keep ourselves afloat if things happen in the media that are hard to deal with, or the awful temptation to Google yourself comes up, and just being mortified about what people write about you. She'll phone me up and say, 'I'm thinking about doing it,' and I'm like, 'I am too... don't do it, don't do it!' And we'll kind of talk each other out of it. But it's hard sometimes to not want to know what people are saying behind your back."
Keira - who has admitted her guilty pleasures are British TV soap "Emmerdale" and U.S. medical drama "Nip/Tuck" - has also denied she has any tendencies to act like a diva.
She said: "I am not a celebrity. I don't go home or out with my friends saying, 'I'm a celebrity, and I don't ask to be treated like a queen. My parents would not like that."