Internet daters rejoice! Match.com will now be screening its customers against a national sex offenders database. The decision comes after a Los Angeles woman sued Match.com after being raped by a guy she met on the dating site. However, Match.com's president said that the "decision to use the registry was not in direct response to the lawsuit," according to the Daily News.
So, it was just a normal business decision? Did Match.com just decide that, after all these years, it turns out people don't really want to date sex offenders? Someone should start up SexOffenderDating.com where sex offenders can meet other hot, single sex offenders. The domain is available!
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