Dating sites like Ok Cupid, Match.com, e Harmony and ever-expanding Nerve Dating are certainly popular, and claim to use secret scientific formulas to make matches.
However, a group of psychologists and sociologists are about to go on the record that the sites are not using scientific methods.
That said, is it always appropriate to respond to a text?
However, with limited staff and resources, we simply cannot respond to all who write to us.
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Helpfully, the EFF has also put together a user-beware gude for using dating websites.
They outline cautions about photo facial recognition, that Google can index your dating profiles, that sites such as Ok Cupid can leak your data to advertising partners, and the recent reminder from Grindr that mobile sites are riddled with exploitable security holes.
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