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SEC charges man with fraud involving online dating services

Online dating can be a horrible experience. You can get catfished (meaning people online lie), get corny pickup lines, and field weird requests. (Let's not go into the details.)

Op-Ed: stops traffic with Hillary Clinton billboard

Chicago - Trashy adultery site, famous for its “life is short, have an affair” hookline for extramarital matchmaking, has posted a billboard of Hillary Clinton, with the caption “Harder choices lead to”

Largest STD online community/dating website and its new app Special

The largest online community and dating website for people with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) has announced a new iOS app. Launched in 2001, is for people who live with STDs like HIV, Herpes (HSV), or HPV.

OkComrade, the communist version of OkCupid, hits the Internet

As online dating becomes more and more mainstream, niche sites are popping up increasingly. The latest entry? OkComrade, a dating service only for communists.

Bots promoting game 'Castle Clash' appear on dating app Tinder

A number of users of the dating app Tinder are reporting that they are entering conversations with bots that have exploited the platform and share download links for a game called 'Castle Clash'.

Op-Ed: Stigma against online dating continues to decrease

The past five years have seen a substantial rise in people's visits to such websites. Going forward, the online dating industry is poised to grow at a good pace, as the stigma that used to cloud the industry has disappeared.

Online romance scams cost victims more than $50 million

While online dating is increasingly becoming common, there is always the lurking threat of a rip-off. Incidents from Canada exemplify the problem.

Latest data released on Internet dating, digital relationships Special

New study findings released about online dating and relationships show that not only are social networking sites the place to find your next date, check up on past partners and but also that attitudes towards internet dating are becoming more positive.

Expert says 75% of single men dating online are looking for love

Relationship expert Marni Kinrys says 75 percent of single men using online dating sites are looking for quality relationships. She alleges that single women on dating sites are really only looking for hookups, in bids to safeguard their future careers.

Twine dating app where personalities shine & looks are secondary

Twine is a novel dating app that matches members based on personality and doesn't reveal photos of potential matches. Members are given up to three potential love interests each day based on location details and interests or hobbies listed on Facebook.

An Interview With Co-Creators of The Web Series Seeking Simone Special

Co-creators Rosemary Rowe and Renee Olbert of the web series Seeking Simone spend some time talking the Internets, dating, Buffy and Emma Caufield.

Meet 'Coffee Meets Bagel' — A new approach to online dating Special

New York - Too often, online dating can feel like taking on a second job –– without the pay. Not any more. Meet Coffee Meets Bagel, the first online dating service where members are privately paired to a potential match each day at noon.

Can your first name hurt your chances in online dating?

If you're one of the millions of people who use dating sites to find a potential partner, beware, according to a new study by German researchers. Your name could be hindering your chances of finding "the one."

Op-Ed: The Online Dating Renaissance

Two weeks ago, I logged onto Facebook (actually I logged onto Facebook two minutes ago but that’s not where this story begins) and saw that one of my Friends had the broken heart icon beside his name indicating he had recently ended a relationship.

Op-Ed: Plenty of Fish: Are there really plenty of fish in the sea?

Google this quote. You will find that it is highly recognized as a tag for sites discussing myths and false truths. For many, this belief is a reality, for others, there is a bit more of an optimistic attitude. To each is his own.

Celebrity Op-Ed: Inside Online Dating Trends

How has online dating websites changed in the past decade? Are niche dating sites the future? Marina Glogovac, CEO of Lavalife, has all the answers in the fourth part of's Celebrity Guest Writer series.

op-ed: I Found Love Online

Shh I have a secret. I was once a member of Plenty of Fish. And it worked for me. My partner and I are nearing a year of living together with our Brady Bunch brood.

Killed by His Internet Lover in April 2006

Is internet Love Really worth Dying? Raymond Merrill was a decent guy. A "Catch" by any woman's standards. He was financially well off, self-sufficient, good looking and ripe for the picking. So what went so horribly wrong? Raymond Merill is dead.

Looking for love online? Beware these frightening red flags

What to watch out for went seeking love on-line

Study Shows More People Moving Online to Find Romance

As American society continues to strive for greater efficiency in all things, can even romance become streamlined? Busy young Americans increasingly rely on the Internet as matchmaker. Increasingly, in the United States and around the world, the Int...

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Coffee Meets Bagel screenshots from video
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On August 6  2018  the Match Group announced Tinder has over 3.7 million paid subscribers.
On August 6, 2018, the Match Group announced Tinder has over 3.7 million paid subscribers.
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