LOS ANGELES TIMES - Oct 8 - Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a law updating the state's Dating Service Contract Act to encompass services like Match.com and eHarmony, an effort to ensure consumers can opt out of services. The state contract law gives the customer the right to cancel by mail, telegram, or delivery within three days of signing up, and states that cancellation is effective when deposited in the mail. But the law was passed in 1989 and had not been updated since. Assembly Bill 314 by Assemblyman Kevin Mullin will allow users to cancel contracts by email and have access to electronic copies of contracts.