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Facebook Dating finally arrives in Europe

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It’s a weird time to be dating right now.

In February, the Irish Data Protection Commission (DPC) visited Facebook‘s Dublin office and flagged that the social media company hadn’t given ample information about how Dating would work, and hadn’t given the regulator enough notice of the product launch (Facebook gave them just a few days warning).

‘Facebook has provided detailed clarifications on the processing of personal data in the context of the Dating feature,’ deputy commissioner Graham Doyle TechCrunch.

Facebook Daters have access to several features including Stories, much like you’d share on Instagram or non-dating Facebook.

You can also share your existing Facebook or Instagram Story to your dating profile.

There’s also a feature called Secret Crush, which lets you select up to nine of your Facebook friends or Instagram followers who you might be interested in.

But if the crush you’ve selected isn’t on Facebook Dating or they didn’t add you to their crush list, then they’ll never know how you feel.

Much like non-dating Facebook, there are also events and groups, which can help you find people with similar interests.

Your Facebook friends won’t be informed that you’ve joined Dating, nor will they be suggested as potential matches.

Your Dating profile, messages, and matches won’t show up in your Facebook News Feed.


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