ABC NEWS -- July 14 -- Technology is here to help you distinguish potential soulmates from future cellmates. Nearly one out of every two unmarried people have tried Internet dating in recent years, turning it into a $1 billion business. True.com performs criminal background checks and warns that "married people will be prosecuted." eLove.com, requires new members undergo face-to-face screenings at which officials verify pictures. Cheaters are more than welcome at AshleyMadison.com. MyPrivateLine.com provides an untraceable, toll-free phone number that you can set up in minutes for 15 cents a minute. Engage.com is carving out a role for friends and family.
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Mark Brooks: True's 'married people will be prosecuted' insignia is brilliant. I wonder how many Marrieds the background checks catch?