"6/10 women under the age of 35 who have used online dating sites or apps say someone continued to contact them after they said they were not interested
"I remember curling up on a beach with a Moleskine notebook making my plan.
I wrote a heading: Personal goal. One date every week for a year.
"Norwegian researchers reportedthat some popular dating apps were sharing personal data with other firms, including users’ answers to sensitive questions.
"Researchers surveyed 2,027 married adults over the age of 30 and found that those who met on apps such as Tinder were at greater risk of an early break up.
"56% of adults view dating apps and services either ‘somewhat’ or ‘very’ negatively according to one online survey, with 36% of Brits claiming they’d prefer to meet their next partner face-to-face.
"Money can’t buy you love, but some services claim it could get you more dates. And does being over 30 cost you more?
“Social, romantic and sexual relationships are increasingly experienced online, and sexting is seen as an alternative as well as a precursor to intercourse,” the report notes.