DALLAS NEWS -- Aug 4 -- Rhodes showed up his date revealed she had a picture online that was at least 35 years younger. Terri ended up meeting a man who was married with two children. As dating moves from clicking in bars to clicking a mouse, questions are arising about what online dating services are doing to protect subscribers from deception. The Texas Legislature joined several states that were considering legislation to require disclosure of background checks but the proposed Texas legislation died at the end of the session. The databases that background check companies use are generally out of date by up toa year. There's also difficulty in defining an Internet dating site; i.e. online chat rooms and craigslist classifieds. Proponents like Herb Vest, CEO of True.com, contend that checks will help weed out unsuitable mates. True.com’s screenings result in the rejection of ~ 5% because offelony criminal records, and another 4% who already are married. “It’s not foolproof, but I think it’s very effective,” Vest said. “We’re very serious about enforcing these rules.” Match.com and Yahoo! Personals rely on subscribers to alert them to dishonest members.