Be mindful of how much information you share Sharing has always been a prominent part of what the Internet is and how it functions.
For instance, Wikileaks Editor-in-Chief Julian Assange found his OKCupid profile made the internet rounds after it was discovered. Ross Ulbricht, aka Dread Pirate Roberts (founder of the notorious Silk Road Darknet market), also had a public OKCupid profile.Furthermore, there are numerous online services dedicated to scouring the web for name matches.These services don’t rely on your given name, but rather scour services for your online aliases.What will you talk about on that first date if you’ve already revealed that you have six toes and penchant for queuing in the post office?
This isn’t strictly the case for all dating sites, but some major sites are indexed by Google.
Some online dating services even offer “incognito” style profiles that can only be viewed when there is direct communication between users.