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Facebook Dating removes your relationship status and won’t match you with friends, potentially enabling cheaters

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  • On Thursday, Facebook launched its in-app dating feature Facebook Dating in the United States.
  • In a September 2018 statement, Nathan Sharp, the product manager for Facebook Dating, said the feature could help millions of singles connect.
  • But certain aspects of Facebook Dating could also unintentionally make it a choice app for people looking to start affairs.
  • When you create a profile in Facebook Dating, it removes your relationship status and won't match you with existing friends from your regular Facebook profile.
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On Thursday, Facebook rolled out its in-app dating feature Facebook Dating in the United States, making it the 20th country where the feature is available.

"More than 200 million people have listed themselves as single in their relationship status on Facebook," Nathan Sharp, the product manager for the dating feature, said in a statement in September 2018 when it first rolled out in Colombia.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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