Perhaps the most annoying problem with online dating: You show up to meet the person you connected with, only to find that they look and act nothing like they did online.
While it’s easy to make oneself more desirable, there are ways to tell when a profile isn’t telling the whole truth.
In the past two years, CFIUS has blocked two app-related sales — of Money Gram International Inc.
and mobile marketing firm App Lovin — to Chinese companies over securities concerns.
But while there’s a lot to love about online dating, it comes with its own set of challenges.
The rules regarding dating in general are more compromising than they were just a generation ago, and the stigma that was once associated with meeting someone online has faded significantly.
But unlike heterosexually oriented apps, Grindr’s information is even more sensitive, considering the inclusion of details like HIV status and the dangers LGBTQ people face worldwide.