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Registration records show that the URL was only created on August 3; the administrator named on the account is Dung Nguyen of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (I've emailed him for comment and will update if I hear back).The presumably clueless use of Rehtaeh Parsons' photos by such a fly-by-night operation underscores the hazards of Facebook's self-serve advertising business, which assumes a certain level of competence among its users that was obviously lacking in this case.Or at least go it with your eyes wide open and be prepared for weirdos with dick pics.
A study conducted by popular dating app Hinge, which connects people who have mutual Facebook friends, examined what makes a good opening message.
You’ll have a good chance of receiving a response if you talk about food—40 percent of women were more likely to respond to that approach.
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At least that’s the wisdom gleaned from a recent study on the most successful opening lines on dating apps.
More from The Daily Dot: “The global struggle to prevent cyberwar”Predictably, “Hey, what’s up?The Toronto Star has published a statement from Facebook that reads, "This is an extremely unfortunate example of an advertiser scraping an image from the Internet and using it in their ad campaign." The Star notes that Facebook, which removed the ad for ionechat.com, says the company has been permanently banned.