NY TIMES - Apr 25 - CreepShield claims to make online dating safer. Users can enter a link to an image into a search field on its site, which then uses facial identification technology to compare the face in the photo against its database of 475K registered sex offenders. The site returns results showing the photos and names of offenders even when they are obviously far from a match. NY Times reporter used a photo of a public person with a clean record and CreepShield displayed a list of possible matches, starting with a photo of a Hispanic woman. They had one thing in common: both had rimless eyeglasses.