Dating sites agree to screen for sexual predators
By Dylan Stableford | The Sideshow
The sites—eHarmony, Match.com and Spark Networks (owner of JDate, ChristianMingle and other properties)—announced an agreement to check subscribers against national sex offender registries. Any member who is identified as a registered sex offender will not be allowed to use the sites.
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Well this is a step in the right direction.
Now it they could also detect all the jerks,it would be wonderful
that's why I don't use this dating sites. I prefer the old traditional method
and if they could detect the sickos who haven't yet been caught and added to the offender lists...
Pretty sure there isn't a national registry for jerks, yet. Maybe someone could start on on HP!
by Melis Ann5 years ago
It seems parents are very comfortable sending children for playdates or to camps during the summer. That level of comfort never came for me sending my kids. What do parents do to ensure safety or get over that fear?
by masterarts6 years ago
Were you even been scammed! please do post here!
by Melanie6 years ago
I tried eHarmony but I didn't subscribe. I got matched up with a few guys and some of them sounded interesting but I've got to pay to see their pics or to contact them. Now, if I contact them, they have to be a member...
by seohowto8 years ago
Just curious, what do you guys think about dating services? Would you use one if you are looking for serious daters or just jump into social sites to make connections?
by sophs7 years ago
Can you form a successful relationship with someone you meet over the internet?
by theirishobserver.6 years ago
I have just conducted and published an exclusive interview with a convicted sex offender, this is about educating the public about the realities of what is goin on.....begging the question....is there room in society...
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