With the first week in January being the busiest time for online dating, we asked three experts to explain how these trends will translate into the dating culture of 2017.“Dating ADD,” as Jacoby calls it, increased in 2016.To add more fuel to the anti-2016 fire, dating experts are calling it a bad year for dating trends.“I wanted so bad to say something positive, but it’s mostly negative,” joked Michelle Jacoby, owner of DC Matchmaking and Coaching.From ghosting to asking to split the check, 2016 was a year of dating don’ts.Experts linked daters’ general sense of feeling burned out from online dating to negative trends that appeared in the past year.
Hackers claim to have leaked a massive database of users from Ashley Madison, a matchmaking website for cheating spouses. 18, 2015, a group calling itself Impact Team said the site's owners had not bowed to their demands.
"It's easy to imagine that some people might be vulnerable to blackmail, if they don't want details of their membership or sexual proclivities to become public," Cluley said in a blog post.
But he noted that an email registered in the Ashley Madison database "means nothing" because the site "never bothered to verify the email addresses given to it by users." The release comes a month after the data was stolen by hackers identified as the "Impact Team," who said they were trying to shut down the site for cheaters.
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