Guardian soulmates dating site
The Guardian’s online dating website has suffered some manner of data breach, with user information getting spilled and subsequently used in targeted spam emails of a sexually explicit nature.Users of the Guardian Soulmates website have reportedly received spam messages which include details drawn from their site profiles, and according to one user who spoke to the BBC, the emails “directly [referenced] information that could only have come from the Soulmates database”.I won't be going back on it, however I won't be going back on online dating full stop.Guardian Soulmates is a dating site run by the Guardian newspaper.The review is being handled directly by GNM's marketing department, which is looking to hire the first dedicated digital agency for the Soulmates brand.
Join us on October 9th - find out more here: theguardian.com/guardian-maste…uk Founded for rural romance-seekers by two ruddy-cheeked sisters from Northamptonshire.Ideal if you need someone who can cook a shoot lunch. Guardian Soulmates Urban 20- and 30-somethings mostly. Well, face it, you're probably more Telegraph Dating. Soulmates is a dating service that folks can sign up for worldwide, and one of its selling points is privacy and moderation policies that ‘mean you and your data are safe’. The Guardian has apologized to anyone affected – apparently the site has received 27 messages from users who have had their email addresses exposed, but there may be considerably more folks hit (or who will be hit) by the issue – and said that it was reviewing its use of third-party suppliers.
The sad truth is that data breaches are far from a surprise these days, with one coming after another without much batting of eyelids involved anymore.
There's a large number of Nigerian scammers on the site.