In fact, as of Wednesday, the site was still claiming that it doesn’t share personally identifiable information.Two women had previously tried to file a class action suit against Successful Match over similar claims, but a judge in April dismissed their claims, writing that they hadn’t specifically alleged that they had actually read the sign-up promises they had claimed were misleading before using Positive Singles.
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This is all thanks to the sharing of databases containing users’ profile information between the niche dating sites.
It’s actually outlined in Positive Singles.com’s terms of service, mind you.
The court ruled that Successful Match, a Californian firm, had broken local consumer laws and sentenced the firm to pay $16.5 million (about £10,338,151) in compensatory and punitive damages.