How to Use Google and Facebook for Online Dating Safety
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This week, the Attorney General of the State of California announced the Joint Statement of Key Principles for Online Dating Safety.

Online dating sites eHarmony, Match.com and Spark Networks have agreed to help their members date more safely.

As part of this agreement, sites will educate members on online dating safety tips, initiate a rapid abuse reporting system, and will screen against the sex offender list.

While this is huge news for the online dating industry, will it make you feel safer while looking for love online?

As a cyber-relations and online dating expert, I spend a large portion of my time educating singles on how to feel more comfortable and to practice online dating safety tips.

I encourage singles to trust their intuition as it can be powerful. However, I do have a few digital tricks up my sleeve that I’d like to share with you. After all, you’re better safe than sorry.

I encourage you to use Google and Facebook, both sites that you’re probably accessing daily as your dating buddy or support system. Here are five online dating tips to use, short of paying for a background check.

1. Sign up for a Google Voice phone number.

It’s simple to do by visiting continues on Huffington Post

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Online Dating Vs. Online Gaming: Would You Have Better Luck In Love On WoW …
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Been having a tough time online dating? Maybe you should ditch Match.com, OKCupid and J-Date look for love in another corner of the Internet — World of Warcraft.

Online informal education site, Online University, put together a crafty infographic which makes the case that “online gamers get girls.” The raw numbers point to the fact that online gaming is simply a bigger pool of individuals: While online dating site E-Harmony has around 1 million members, the most populated multiplayer gaming site,

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