AXIOS - Feb 8 - Dating app users provide sensitive information like drug usage habits and sexual preferences. How online dating services use and share that data worries users, according to an Axios-SurveyMonkey poll. OkCupid runs 10 advertising trackers during the search and profile stages of using its site, while Match.com runs 63, according to online privacy company Ghostery. The trackers could pick up where users click or where they look, says Ghostery product analyst Molly Hanson. A spokesperson for Match Group says in a statement said that data collected by its companies "enables us to make product improvements, deliver relevant advertisements and continually innovate and optimize the user experience. Data collected by ad trackers and third parties is 100% anonymized.