"I expect them to have to be more explicit in what they do with their data and what they require of users."According to a Pew Research Center report in October, 11% of American adults — and 38% of those currently "single and looking" for a partner — say they've used online dating sites or mobile dating apps."We entrust some incredibly sensitive information to online dating sites," says Rainey Reitman of the San Francisco, Calif.-based Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit that advocates for user privacy amid technology development."People don't realize how much information they're exposing even by doing something as slight as uploading a photograph."He adds, "Many online apps are very cavalier about collecting that information and perhaps exposing it in a way that would make you uncomfortable."Dating services e Harmony, and Spark Networks (JDate and Christian Mingle) signed an agreement in 2012 with the California attorney general's office to protect customers with online safety tools.
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Props to Solfa for a fascinating and surprising social experiment! This dad taught his daughter a serious lesson with his mechanical digger when she didn't follow his rules.
Let's just say we wouldn't want to make this dad angry.
“It’s no different than approaching someone in a bar,” my friend countered when I explained my apprehension with dating apps.
“It’s all based on looks.” My friend had a point about superficial attraction and subconscious evaluations—but she wasn’t completely right.