It’s your first date. You’ve never met the other person, but they’ve been pre-screened and chosen for you, so you show up at the agreed-upon location, perhaps a park bench or hotel lobby. It’s daytime. You sit apart from each other, not close enough to touch or bump knees. Even though it’s the first date, you immediately discuss your future.
The breach of age, sexual preferences and even address was rooted in the app’s failure to encrypt its database.
What happens to one’s email and Facebook passwords, after death?
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Nassimi and Mor stand to directly rival the success of Rus Yusupov and Colin Kroll, founders of HQTrivia.
“I wear my Judaism on my sleeve — and my face for that matter,” said Rogowsky.
The apps’ founders used to be in love. Now they won’t be having Shabbat dinner together anytime soon.
The app has a button to alert emergency contacts, GPS location tracking, and saves insurance information and a medical consent form.
Created by a Jerusalem-born developer, this app studies social profiles for compatibility before matching users.
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