It's a Friday night and I'm about to meet a hot date I hooked up with on a dating app. After all, online dating fraud is on the rise and it seems easy for people to adopt false identities, stealing photos from other websites and concocting plausible back stories. Luckily, my date seemed legit, but if I'd been concerned I could have used a service like Circle 6. You can let six of your closest friends know where you are at all times, and with just one tap you can contact them should you feel in danger while out on a date. A few of the smaller apps are using technology such as Jumio, a digital identification service, to filter out scammers. Dating app TrueView, for example, uses it and has adopted a trust score verification system.
Online dating isn't a game. It's literally changing humanity.
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I want to believe that real love exists, I really do. Even those couples I thought were really going to make it have fallen apart, along with my faith in love. A girl has needs, after all. I gotta keep my love vibes in check because I keep picking all the wrong dudes. I know what I want in love, but somehow I always end up getting so much less. What am I doing wrong?
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Online dating has definitely changed the dynamic of dating in the last few decades. I believe that online dating has made people fickle and has commoditised people into being perceived as objects. Objects that can fulfil a need in this instant gratification society we live in. Commoditisation is the killer of romance. Part of the reason why people are so fickle and non-committal is due to the idea that there are hundreds of other people to meet out there.