Certainly, online dating provides all the convenience of making it quick and easy to meet people.
Plus, it’s an activity that’s available across multiple devices, at all times of day and night.
People are now not only turning to their devices to work, shop, and play, but to manage their personal lives and relationships too. But with concerns rife following incidents such as the infamous Ashley Madison breach, and with the process inherently requiring users to share personal information, it’s important to consider the potential dangers involved.
How we conduct our relationships is changing, and it’s clear that technology has a key part to play in this change.
Meanwhile, people that class themselves as the head of a company or business owners make up a surprisingly large one-in-ten (11%) of the online dating population.
Interestingly, we also found that 31% of people that are married or living with a partner are using online dating.
Technology is a source of support and communication as well as tension, and couples say it has both good and bad impacts on their relationships.
CCTV footage on the misencounter between police personnel and Resorts World Manila staff Bernard Cajigas (L) during the attack by gunman Jessie Javier Carlos at the RWM premises last June 2, 2017.