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Mark Brooks

This suit won't win, but poses a fascinating question. How can dating sites protect the images and videos of users?

Tom Oh

Are customers really who they say they are? One of the main areas of concern with dating sites and apps is authenticating users. Secure video messaging provides authentication with each video message sent and received.

Aclipsa Secure Video Messaging

Tom Oh


I find about 5 a week always report them but sometimes it takes days before they take them down. Last week I had to actually tell them in the third email to report a fraudulent profile "look, these photo's are of a world renowned mountain climber who's married! Here's a link to his Facebook page and company website" I also emailed the guy direct and let him know. Finally 7-10 days later the profile was down. I know women that email these profiles thinking they're legit! They can do a much better job they just don't want to for obvious reasons $$$.

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