Dating guardian co uk
The Guardian’s online dating website has suffered some manner of data breach, with user information getting spilled and subsequently used in targeted spam emails of a sexually explicit nature.
Users of the Guardian Soulmates website have reportedly received spam messages which include details drawn from their site profiles, and according to one user who spoke to the BBC, the emails “directly [referenced] information that could only have come from the Soulmates database”.
On the date your next payment would have been due, your subscription will end and you will lose access to subscriber benefits and access to messages.Lovestruck came away with two of the biggest awards of the night – winning Dating Website of the Year and Dating App of the Year.They beat the three highly commended sites Guardian Soulmates, Smooch and Toyboy Warehouse, along with Just Singles, Telegraph Dating and Zoosk.Soulmates is supposed to be a key to the magical world of internet dating, a guide to navigating the treacherous seas of online love, which, as this statistic-stuffed book details, generated 12million first dates in the UK last year alone. As I turned the pages, I found I didn't want to fall in love, online or offline, ever again. They are so irritating you don't even want them to succeed as they search for the sublime. In the most riveting section, it prints first-person descriptions of daters' experiences, as if several hundred Carrie Bradshaws were all shouting at once. It is, as a passion textbook, an utter turn-off - mean, sterile, oddly loveless. Soulmates, you see, has taken its case studies from a tiny puddle of pseudo-intellectual urban metrosexuals, and they are very irritating people.