CBS NEW YORK - Feb 11 - GPS technology is the latest trend in match-making. But it’s raising questions about safety. Singles are attracted to it because it happens more quickly, and it eliminates days of back and forth emailing and planning. “Instead of hiding behind a computer screen,” said Chris Klotz, CEO of Singles Around Me, one of the GPS dating services. “We’re trying to bring real life back into dating.” “One of the biggest problems with GPS dating is the immediacy of it,” said security specialist Alan Rosenthal. “You have no time to vet them or even to think about what your actions, your interactions or the ramifications are going to be.” Each GPS service offers privacy options and others, such as HowAboutWe, won’t reveal your exact location.