No email sex dates
MICROSOFT users have been subjected to a barrage of spam this week after the company have had issues screening out junk emails.
Hotmail and Outlook users may have noticed a lot more junk emails have been slipping into their Inbox folders this week because the filters have been having problems.
The first time my husband and I met up outside work, neither of us was sure whether it was a date.
When you find someone via an app, there’s less uncertainty. I use dating apps because I want it to be clear that this is a date and we are sexually interested in one another.
It takes a bit of forward planning, but there is a little-known trick to track who is selling your email address.
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If hookups are your thing, Grindr and Tinder offer the prospect of casual sex within the hour.
Another woman wrote that she was “too lazy” to meet people, adding: “I usually download dating apps on a Tuesday when I’m bored, watching TV …
Sexting is, statistically speaking, normal.dating apps be so inefficient at their ostensible purpose—hooking people up—and still be so popular?
For one thing, lots of people appear to be using them as a diversion, with limited expectations of meeting up in person.
Microsoft first acknowledged the issues on Tuesday evening, writing on a service page: "Some users may be receiving excessive spam mail." But later the technology company claimed to have been able to put in fixes which were designed to protect the inboxes of users and its infrastructure, the BBC reports.
Earlier this month, tech experts revealed exactly how to prevent a stream of spam entering our inboxes from companies we’ve never heard of.
Maybe the problem is not the people who date and date some more—they might even get married, if Rosenfeld is right—but those who are so daunted that they don’t make it off the couch.