Now celebrity love rats are yesterday's news, the real scandal may lie in the use of chatbots in dating sites.While many dating websites now adhere to a strict no-bot policy, some are happy to write ambiguous terms and conditions into their policies, allowing for fake profiles and bot relationships to flourish on the site, it's claimed.Catfishing, phishing and sexy chat-botting: the online dating world can be a confusing place.
We’ve done the research and compiled a list of the top photo offenders on online dating sites and confirmed why they just don’t work.
We share, like, comment and favorite until it seems we’ve seen just about every type of picture imaginable.
We’ve become accustomed to a flood of selfies, carefully orchestrated group photos and album after album documenting our friends’ latest trip to Hawaii.
We have a love hate relationship with the splash of drama that adding a filter brings to our photos.
As a society that is heavily reliant on social media, we’ve picked up tricks along the way to perfect our online presence to reflect a life that may not actually resemble our reality — this is the concept at the heart of the filters and editing tools that we know and love.