Dating sites surveys

Even if you never used that particular service, you could find your deepest secrets are compromised.

Tinder even states in its privacy policy, “…we do not promise, and you should not expect, that your personal information will always remain secure.”When we asked dating app users how they felt about the quantity of information they were sharing, 62% admitted they were worried about it, and 70% felt that dating apps encouraged them to over-share with the promise of meeting the perfect match.

A monopoly on dating apps represents a single point of failure from a privacy point of view.

What happens to your data when one of the company’s systems is hacked?

has become a household name in the US and around the world.

The site went live in 1995 and went on to dominate the online dating niche for more than a decade.

Just because you are willing to share your data on Tinder, does that mean you are willing to share it with Black People Meet or OKCupid?

Last modified 13-Nov-2019 05:26