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When I unlocked this album, one man took it as an invitation to send me naked photos that nearly crashed my computer.Each photo was about two megabytes of memory and they were not worth the data it took to download them.Handing over your personal data is now often the cost of romance, as online dating services and apps vacuum up information about their users’ lifestyle and preferences.Why it matters: Dating app users provide sensitive information like drug usage habits and sexual preferences in hopes of finding a romantic match.I am honest about the fact that my 10-year marriage ended last year after my ex-husband cheated.I still like to party, and most of my single friends are on Tinder or One man described himself as “soleful.” I wrote, “You mean soulful.” He replied, “No, I mean soleful. Another asked me if I wanted to go somewhere and smoke some weed. I have worked hard to get into great shape — I have run marathons in Boston, London and New York — and have a private album with tasteful photos of me on vacation with my girlfriends on the beach.
Just like real life, use the law of attraction: Act like the person you want to date. (Pulling a duck face in the mirror will attract more ducks.) Be careful with your lingo: The word “party” no longer means having fun in a bar; it’s often used to refer to drug use.
“If you’ve run the Boston Marathon, say so,” she adds.
But you don’t need to say you’re a card-carrying member of Mensa.
Match Group owns a number of dating services, including Tinder and Ok Cupid.
The privacy policies say user data can be shared with other Match Group-owned services.