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Facebook data and online dating profiles can reveal surprising details about how our backgrounds influence our interests.

Part of dating site AYI.com’s dating algorithm involves putting users into “communities” based on Facebook interests. A user who likes “Star Wars” will be placed in the Sci-Fi community, and a user who lists themselves as a fan of the New York Giants will be placed in the Football community. This way, AYI can match up users that are in the same interest communities.

As with many dating sites and apps, users are also encouraged to indicate their levels of educational attainment based on one of four categories: high school, some college, college, and post-graduate.

AYI decided to put these two elements of their dating system together. They assigned points to users based on education: one point for high school, two…………… continues on Business Insider

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Man accused of using online dating to assault women
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GOLDEN, Colo. Jefferson County authorities say they’re investigating a man suspected of sexually assaulting at least one woman after meeting her online.

The sheriff’s office said today they recently arrested 28 year old Michael Miller on suspicion of the sex assault.

Authorities say their investigation and comments miller has made leads them to believe there may be other victims and they’re hoping they come forward.

Investigators say miller is suspected of meeting numerous women on dating sites and other places on the internet during the past four years.

They accuse him of gaining the women’s trust, meeting them for a date, and then using force or intimidation to assault them.

Authorities say the women may be reluctant to report their experience because of embarrassment…………… continues on KJCT8.com

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