People that date online also tend to conduct a higher proportion of other activities on the Internet, making them particularly vulnerable to the dangers of the online world – as well as to the ‘usual’ risks of dating or arranging to meet up with people they don’t know or trust.
The NCA recommends people follow the dating safety policy laid out by Get Safe Online, which includes being cautious with personal data, and always meeting in public. And for most people, the NCA notes, online dating is safe. Dating site eHarmony predicts that by 2030, more couples will meet online than off.Mar 31, 2017
Because online dating is just replacing the traditional way of meeting a person. A study from the University of Chicago proved that meeting online is actually better than offline. They have found out that married couples who met through online dating are happier and less likely to get divorced.Feb 17, 2021
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Online Relationship Statistics eHarmony makes the claim that 20% of committed relationships began online. Psychology Today estimates that by the year 2040, 70% of couples will meet online. A study by Stanford University asserts that couples who meet online are no more likely to break up than couples that meet offline.