Online dating sites are apparently becoming hacker gold.
There are no dick pics, no requests for nudes before you’ve exchanged names, and no mass messages of cheesy one-liners.David told the New York Post: “I think there’s a special stigma when people say they’re supporting Trump, because of some of the brash things that he’s said.“That immediately gets [projected] on his supporters, and it makes it hard for them when trying to date.” This dating site is similar to a Tinder of sorts, where users are able to search for others using preferred age and location.If someone happens to send you an unrequested dick pic, there’s an easy system in place to flag a user and immediately put him under review."Flagging is a serious thing to do to someone," Brian Freeman, CEO and co-founder of Wyldfire, says."But, if one guy is creeping you out, chances are, he is also creeping other women out, and we don’t want him on here."Freeman and his best friend (and Wyldfire co-founder) Andrew White decided that having male users vetted by women would reduce the chances of women being creeped on.