News 10 -- July 28 -- For many single people the question isn't who's dating online, but who isn't? Kane says she tried Internet dating but decided it was too risky. She says dishonest online daters forced her to go back to more old fashioned methods to meet men. "The more important thing is to check them out before you just go and meet them," said CyberCuse owner Glenn Santa. "I think that's where people get in a lot of trouble they see their picture they read the profile and they say hey let's meet tomorrow and that's dangerous that's really dangerous and we're finding that out now." Match.com says no dating is 100 percent safe and suggests you protect your anonymity until you feel comfortable meeting someone. They also recommend doing an Internet search on any potential match.
Mark Brooks: All this talk of how dangerous online dating is. It's still the safest venue for meeting people if used wisely. The industry is working to improve safety options.