A large majority of Internet users do not read terms of service at all before agreeing to them.That doesn’t mean, however, that websites can get away with putting anything in fine print. All ODA members should have effective and appropriate arrangements in place to deal with complaints and enquiries.Like any other business dating firms should be dealing direct with users who want help or who have a complaint.Last week a California jury rendered a .5 million verdict against a dating site for allegedly sharing user data with more than 1,000 third parties.Dating profiles are always somewhat embarrassing, but the data in question was particularly sensitive to users: their STI status.29, the court found several parts of the terms of service to be unreasonable.
You should raise issues with them in the first instance and we would expect these to be dealt with effectively and in a timely manner.
In this case, at least, misleading users had multimillion-dollar consequences.
This is also not the first lawsuit brought against Successful Match.
The BBC reports that the women have filed an amended claim.