Log In Register Online Dating Magazine Issues Sexual Predator Warning to Single Parents July 21, Online Dating Magazine , a consumer watchdog publication for online daters, has issued a warning to single parents about sex offenders who use online dating services. As a result, the group set up a fake profile of a mother of two boys and emailed the sex offender, Michael Bradley. Bradley responded, breaking his court order not to seek romantic relationships online. As a result his computer was confiscated and he faces the possibility of having his parole revoked.
Sexual predators increasingly find victims on dating sites, police warn
Three Major Online Dating Sites Agree to Screen for Predators
The state attorney general's office announced this week it will work with Match. A joint statement issued Monday notes the prevalence of online dating and says the companies' main objective is to keep users safe. Harris said in a press statement. The statement is not an enforceable set of regulations the sites must follow by law, but an official agreement between the attorney general's office and three major sites that share the same goal of protecting online daters. It also says the guidelines should serve as a model for other online dating websites.
Online dating and Tinder: tech isn't the problem, it's the predators using it
At one point we fist-bumped. We are a Tinder success story, of sorts. We met after swiping right on each other in June last year. It was at once apparent that romance was not on the cards, but we became friends. This September, just after our first anniversary of meeting, we moved in together.
Ex-elementary school teacher gets prison for sexually abusing student The latest pastime in British Columbia, Canada, has nothing to do with snowmobiling or moose hunting. According to Esquire , the province has become a hub for amateur sleuths who set up and catch creeps who are trying to arrange sexual liaisons with underage girls. Then they call the authorities and post video evidence on the internet.