PR NEWSWIRE - Mar 17 - With over 50M people in the U.S. currently using online dating apps or sites, chances are they've swiped right on a fake or disingenuous profile. In a new FTI Consulting report supported by RealMe, researchers found online dating has given way to new forms of falsehood and deceit. The study calls this societal phenomenon "Generation L," or "Generation Liar," which refers to people who believe it is important to look their best online, even if it means distorting reality. RealMe is a turnkey, no-cost technology solution to protect dating app users. The company's tool, Check, is a platform integration that empowers online daters with trustworthy in-app identity scans and ~325M personal background profiles powered by MyLife. In addition, the company has teamed up with Spectrum Labs, a contextual AI platform that looks beyond keywords to identify larger patterns of toxic behavior.