He says that less exclusive sites don't make for compatible matches."You're going to run into a lot of potential partners who probably won't be suitable: he says.The questionnaire determines whether or not a prospective candidate likes to spend a lot of time with family, wants to have kids and plans to travel.Presumably, it does not inquire about whether he or she likes sitting around a backyard in Oshawa. She says that couples from similar socioeconomic backgrounds often have an easier time.
Among the announcements unveiled by Zuckerberg is a plan for the social media platform to add a dating service."We decided to target toplevel managers, executives and professionals," says Eligon spokeswoman Tatiana Khanberg."Dating websites can lead to awkward situations for them.The dating service is being built with privacy in mind, so that friends will not be able to see a person's dating profile, Zuckerberg said.But concerns about Facebook's handling of privacy have grown since the social network's admission in March that the data of millions of users was wrongly harvested by political consultancy Cambridge Analytica.