Browising on dating sites
As my wife is fond of saying, “no matter where you go, you leave a footprint.” She’s a Zen master or something. Cookies and temp files are obvious and you can take care of them with software like CCleaner.You may also want to use secure file deletion programs to completely remove deleted files from your hard drive such as Eraser. Take a look at the screen shot below and you can tell exactly when, and what image I worked on in Photoshop.Just like in-person dating, there are right and wrong ways to go about online dating.A new study, published in Management Science, looked at a major North American dating site, fictitiously named mon Cherie.com, and explored how giving users a premium feature — browsing anonymously — affected their ability to find romantic matches.
What was a bit surprising was that this anonymous browsing actually led to fewer matches, especially for women.Unfortunately, that doesn’t work if they don’t leave any trace that they were there."The offline 'flirting' equivalents, at best, would be a suggestive look or a preening bodily gesture such as a hair toss to one side or an over-the-shoulder glance, each subject to myriad interpretations and possible misinterpretations contingent on the perceptiveness of the players involved.Have you visited some sites you’d rather others didn’t know about? Well you’re about to get a little more paranoid or at least a little more educated.You may have used some sort of software to “erase your tracks” after doing some web surfing, but the traces are always there.