Save dating

There is a fine line between saving time and being lazy.

Give people you message the same communicative courtesy back.

In a survey conducted in association with research firm B2B International, Kaspersky Lab found that people turn to online dating for a variety of reasons -- 48 per cent do it for fun, 13 per cent are simply look for sex while some want more meaningful relationships.

People share information with others too easily when they are dating online, with a quarter admitting they share their full name publicly on their dating profile.

Just a few minutes on the phone can save you from a disappointing and anticlimactic Saturday night.

The experts studied nine popular mobile online dating apps -- Tinder, Bumble, Ok Cupid, Badoo, Mamba, Zoosk, Happn, We Chat, Paktor -- and identified the main threats for users."We informed the developers in advance about all the vulnerabilities detected and by the time this text was released some had already been fixed and others were slated for correction in the near future.

However, not every developer promised to patch all of the flaws," the experts said.

Then add the time you spend getting ready and traveling.

When you do the math, just a short 45-minute coffee date with someone you may or may not like could cost you hours of your life.

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