Facebook Dating is here but it’s awfully lonely on the social network
With virtual dating the only acceptable form right now, Emmet Ryan checked out Facebook’s newly arrived dating app but there wasn’t much going on there and for once it wasn’t him
Facebook’s first effort at launching its dating service in Ireland stumbled hard.
The social network had planned to roll out Facebook Dating here for Valentine’s Day earlier this year, back in those halcyon days when meeting people in public was a normal thing. But the Data Protection Commissioner sharply put a stop to the plan as it hadn’t been informed of the planned launch in adequate time and the rollout was delayed....
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