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Personal information relating to almost four million users of a worldwide online dating website has been leaked by hackers, according to Channel 4 News. A hacker posted data relating to users of Adult FriendFinder on a forum on the dark web, the hidden part of the internet that is invisible to Google. Within hours of the data being leaked, hackers on the forum said they intended to hit victims with spam emails. The Adult FriendFinder site has 63 million users worldwide and claims more than seven million British members. The information of 3.
In July , a group calling itself "The Impact Team" stole the user data of Ashley Madison , a commercial website billed as enabling extramarital affairs. The group copied personal information about the site's user base and threatened to release users' names and personally identifying information if Ashley Madison would not immediately shut down. On 18 and 20 August, the group leaked more than 60 gigabytes of company data, including user details.
Finding love before the smartphone era often entailed an endless procession of bad dates, missed connections, and a lot of serendipity. Today, finding romance—or at least a Valentine's Day date—is just a swipe and a tap away. Unfortunately, so too are scams and hacks that use mobile dating apps to hoodwink the lovelorn. Dating apps first caught fire with young people on college campuses, said Wired's Issie Lapowsky, because "you could take it with you, not unlike Instagram and all these apps we're addicted to, people started scrolling and scrolling and it became a really easy way to meet people. Tinder and Grindr innovated early, Lapowsky said, "but now you have Bumble , you have Hinge, you have all these apps that encourage you to connect with people that you have friends in common with.