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22-Oct-2019 06:50

On Plenty of Fish, there seemed to be an overabundance of DOGs (desperate old guys) from the over-50 crowd dropping their fishing canes into the water thinking that women in their 20s would bite. Plus on Ok Cupid I’ve also met more quality men who pique my interest.

The results are an “inconsistent mess,” according to Michael Geist, law professor at the University of Ottawa and Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law, who highlighted the response to Cotler on his blog Thursday.Then you can figure out for yourself which site is a better fit for your dating lifestyle.Disclaimer: Free online dating services come with a price, after all.The requests on behalf of other countries were made by the Justice Department’s International Assistance Group, tasked with helping international law enforcement efforts as part of Canada’s treaty obligations. 1, 2010 until May 22, 2014, there have been approximately 250 requests made to various service providers including the country’s large telecommunications companies, Ontario-based messaging app Kik, Black Berry, Yahoo.ca, as well as the Vancouver-based company Plenty of Fish, the world’s largest online dating service, and Adam4Adam, a dating and hookup site for gay men.The oddest name on the list of service providers IAG contacted for user data is Club Penguin, an online children’s video game website owned by Disney Canada.

The results are an “inconsistent mess,” according to Michael Geist, law professor at the University of Ottawa and Canada Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law, who highlighted the response to Cotler on his blog Thursday.

Then you can figure out for yourself which site is a better fit for your dating lifestyle.

Disclaimer: Free online dating services come with a price, after all.

The requests on behalf of other countries were made by the Justice Department’s International Assistance Group, tasked with helping international law enforcement efforts as part of Canada’s treaty obligations. 1, 2010 until May 22, 2014, there have been approximately 250 requests made to various service providers including the country’s large telecommunications companies, Ontario-based messaging app Kik, Black Berry, Yahoo.ca, as well as the Vancouver-based company Plenty of Fish, the world’s largest online dating service, and Adam4Adam, a dating and hookup site for gay men.

The oddest name on the list of service providers IAG contacted for user data is Club Penguin, an online children’s video game website owned by Disney Canada.

(Both Plenty of Fish and Adam4Adam have been contacted about their cooperation with law enforcement but did not respond in time for this article.) The Justice Department says it makes sure not to give Canadians’ personal information without being “satisfied that an offence has taken place in the foreign state, and that the subscriber information is linked to the circumstances and will provide evidence of the offence,” department spokesperson Andrew Gowing told Postmedia News in an email.