The requests were made after the dating site Ashley Madison, which specialises in facilitating affairs, fell victim to hackers.A group called Impact Team claims to have stolen the private details of the site's 30 million users, including one million Australians, although so far they have only released the details of two customers and there are reports the attack may have come from the inside. In May another online service called Adult Friend Finder was hacked and more than three million users had their sexual preferences and fantasies made public.RSVP also said data was not permanently deleted when accounts were deactivated."Data may be retained in secure back-ups, for business reporting and auditing, and for the purposes of responding to security issues such as police enquiries," the group said in a statement.Zoosk refused to discuss its policy, saying in an email: "We take security very seriously, especially with regards to customer data, but we don't comment on our specific security implementations."There was no response from the other sites.According to an MTV survey of Millenials, 18-24 years old, 1 in 4 has online dated, 1 in 2 has a friend who does it and, in the past three years, traffic to top 10 online dating sites has tripled.Nev Schulman has lived and worked in New York City his entire life.Elite Singles is proud to have brought love to singles across the city through its effective matchmaking process and easy-to-use online platform.
With 85% of our Sydney members having achieved a Bachelor degree or higher, you're looking in the right place!Online dating has become a boom industry, grossing more than billion a year, making it even an bigger money spinner than porn, with 38 percent of all American singles looking for a relationship using dating sites and apps.But as we discovered there's a dark side to it that's putting women in peril.Series hosts Nev Schulman and Max Joseph track "catfish" - people who create a false identity or intentionally misrepresent themselves in online forums - as they follow the first-time, real-life encounters of young couples taking their online-only relationships to a new level, face-to-face.
Schulman shares his experiences and some insights on how social media sites, and the always lurking catfish, have both simplified and complicated dating for Millenials.s that in the hustle and bustle of Australia's biggest and busiest city, it's simply difficult to identity who is single, let alone knowing who is actually interested in entering a committed relationship.