He said, "If you use the Internet, you're the subject of hundreds of experiments at any given time, on every site.That's how websites work."Three experiments In one experiment, the site told pairs they were a 90% match when in fact they were a 30% match.‘We make a lot of decisions every day that are tough.
CEO Elie Seidman gave a statement to Gizmodo and said: ‘Ok Cupid has zero tolerance for racism.
When people were told they are a good match, they were more likely to send each other messages through the site.
To test if its matching algorithm works and goes beyond the power of suggestion, Ok Cupid also told good matches that they were bad matches.
Many have been identified on social media, with some going on to lose their jobs as a result.
Cantwell did not just attend the rally – he was a speaker and revelled in the exposure before he realised he could be arrested and looking for love for a long time yet.