Match.com has settled a lawsuit with a woman who sued the popular online dating site after she was raped by a fellow member she was linked up with for a date by pledging to perform background checks on all current and future members in order to screen out sex offenders, the Los Angeles Times reports. The woman’s assailant – …Continue reading "Popular Online Dating Site Settles Lawsuit by Pledging to Background Check Members for Sex Offenders"
In the wake of a recent story about a woman who sued Match.com over an alleged assault by one of its members and the subsequent decision by the popular online dating service to conduct background checks on potential members, the CEO of Matches That Matter – a social introduction service for Bay Area singles over …Continue reading "CEO of Bay Area Singles Service Calls on Dating Industry to Adopt Background Checks as Standard Business Practice"
Less than a week after a Los Angeles woman filed a lawsuit against popular online dating service Match.com claiming that she was attacked by a man she met through its website, the company has decided to begin performing background checks on potential members using a national sex offender database, the Los Angeles Times reports. The …Continue reading "Popular Online Dating Service to Background Check Potential Members using Sex Offender Database"