Sunday, August 17, 2014

Women Missing and Murdered - Online Dating and Personal Safety

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Gary Giordano, questioned in
the disappearance of Robyn Gardiner.
Photo Courtesy of National Inquirer

"It has been ten years since the New York Times declared it is socially acceptable to meet your date on the Internet," wrote Ann Friedman in a 2013 article titled "Perils of Online Dating." According to Friedman, one-third of America’s 90 million singles have used online dating services. While some find love, get married, and live happily ever after, some have met with tragedy.

While some find love, get married, and live happily ever after, some have met with tragedy.


See Kym Pasqualini's article about the dangers of online dating.
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