Here’s a statement the publisher sent to The Register: We can confirm we have received 27 enquiries from our members which show evidence of their email addresses used for their Soulmates account having been exposed.
If they’re surfing, it’s the real kind where you feel things like water and cold and accomplishment. These sites and apps are worth reviewing as to which is being used by which kinds of men – and where to find the good ones.The amount of time a man spends looking for love online is directly proportional to how likely it is his mother still does his laundry. They’re Master Chief in Halo and you’re their target. For the same reason we rank sugar-free desserts; There are different degrees of less than delicious. If a dating app seems heavily designed to appeal to women, simply assume men are confused and scared and wrapped in a protective ball in the corner.Does superficiality define a less than admirable characteristic of men?Perhaps, but Willie Sutton robbed banks because that’s where the money was. If you’re committed to this degrading online dating process, you simply can’t ignore the biggest market. Hinge is an interesting app because it uses your mutual friends list from Facebook to set you up with potential dates.We have taken appropriate measures to ensure this does not happen again, and we continue to review our processes and third party suppliers.
Nonetheless, we apologise to our members who were affected.Forget classified personals, speed dating, or other Glendale dating sites or chat rooms, you've found the best!Each week, a new pair of total strangers are faced with the ultimate survival challenge: survive for 21 days together with no clothes or supplies in some of the most dangerous environments ... Twelve pairs of identical twins battle in this reality show.Our ongoing investigations point to a human error by one of our third party technology providers, which led to an exposure of an extract of data.This extract contained only members’ email addresses and user ID which can be used to find members’ publicly available online profiles.According to the BBC, the site — which charges users up to £32 (.50) per month — said that only email addresses and user IDs had been exposed directly.