Jul 292015
 July 29, 2015  Business, Non-U.S., Online

The Local reports:

It may come as a surprise to those who view France as a land of easy romance, but the Gallic dating game is as ruthless as that seen anywhere else.

Indeed, France has also taken part in the global boom in the number of people looking online for love — or a little fun.

But France’s data protection watchdog, the CNIL, has now spoken out against the lax data protection practices of sites including Easyflirt and Adopte un mec (Adopt a guy).

In total, 13 sites run by eight companies have been put on notice for not protecting “sensitive” data supplied by their clients.

Read more on The Local (FR).

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