WALL STREET JOURNAL - June 28 - Under recent loosening of social rules, [Saudis] have more opportunities to meet romantic interests, but dating is still complicated. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (age 33) loosened up some of the ultraconservative kingdom's social mores, opening movie theaters, allowing women to drive and organizing live music events. The vice police no longer prowl cafes, restaurants and public squares to enforce gender segregation. Social media and dating apps have opened up new ways to connect. (And for prying parents to spy.) Yet the government hasn't articulated the exact rules of engagement. Same-sex relations can be punishable by death, although rarely enacted.