Clearly, online dating is a thriving industry, so it should come as no surprise that it is also on the radar for cyber criminals.
Infact, 64 percent of women using online dating apps have experienced a security related problems as opposed to 54 percent men.
Nowadays, online dating is as normal to life as is online shopping.According to the recently released Norton Mobile Survey, dating-based social networking is rapidly becoming the norm in India with about 38 percent of consumers admitting to have used online dating apps at some point in their lives.Queen Victoria’s son, King Edward VII ruled from 1901 until 1910 and historians refer to these years as the Edwardian era; however, throughout this period, Victorian influence was strong.Women and men who held greater standards of morality and social etiquette marked the Victorian era. Societal norms taught men and women to behave with modesty and prudence.Society viewed courtship as a career move for men and a woman’s way of securing her position in life and security for her children.
A Victorian man could amass great wealth simply by choosing a woman of great means, as her property would transfer to the man once married.
A chaperone would oversee the activities to ensure a man did not somehow defile the young Victorian woman at the dance.
Men would fill out their names on a dance card, and then chaperones gave them the opportunity to dance with the woman.
This signified that the man could call upon the lady and begin the courting process.
Once the courtship began, there were more rules for both men and women to follow.
While appearing like a fun novelty for the occasion, Norton research finds these romance-related apps four to five times more likely to be uninstalled within a month as compared to other applications.