And even though it hasn’t suffered a hack or a data breach yet, other online dating sites have, from Plentyof Fish to e Harmony.One thing is clear: Ok Cupid doesn’t support HTTPS, a standard web encryption that ensures that information is sent and received in an encrypted form (so it looks like random characters) rather than plain text.
That's despite the fact that some misdirected Facebook messages ended up in the hands of two journalists, one an online editor for the In any case, our intention in presenting the full text of these messages is not to expose the lives of strangers but to give a flavor of the deeply personal information that runs through Facebook's network, and to show the sort of deeply personal information that Facebook goofs.
According to the Harvard Crimson, the group chat in question was an offshoot of the main Harvard Class of 2021 Facebook group, and was at one point named "Harvard Memes for Horny Bourgeois Teens." The chat was started this past December.
Cassandra Luca, an incoming freshman who did not take part in the more R-rated meme chat (the controversial group grew out of a more lighthearted meme group), told The Crimson that the founders of the "dark" group encouraged students to post provocative memes in order to gain entry into the smaller, more exclusive group."They were like, ' Oh, you have to send a meme to the original group to prove that you could get into the new one,'" Luca told the campus paper.
I therefore have this gossip / bitcherie: Do you think that Maureen is made less ugly than before?
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