A case against him was dropped after that woman died the next year.
In a statement, Match Group called the new report by Columbia Journalism Investigations “inaccurate,” adding, “we do not tolerate sex offenders on our site and spend millions of dollars annually to prevent, monitor and remove bad actors from our apps.” But Dunphy said these dating apps need to do more.
Not everyone on there has molested a child or raped someone. Do I have sympathy for Romeo and Juliet cases, those involved in shonky internet stings on over 18 chat rooms and indecent exposure? And that is why I believe we need to have laws based on empirical data, not emotion.
A Match Group spokesperson told her team “there are definitely registered sex offenders on our free products.” “Almost all of these attacks occur on the first date,” Flynn said.
Considering that the sex offender registry is "supposed to" not be a form of cruel and unusual punishment (said with extreme sarcasm) and is "supposed to" be a form of keeping the public safe, why should their basic rights as a human being be infringed? I don't be, I eve that most people understand the crimes that can get you placed on there. They wouldn't find you if you did that to my kid but in actual fact, most of these crimes are perpetrated by people close to the child, not a random stranger hanging around a park or a school.
The main problem with the SOR is the broad range of people who are required to register.
When he was released, he went back on Plenty of Fish looking for more women to attack. Shortly after matching with this man, another woman reported to police that she had been raped by him.
Match Group has created a feeding ground for heinous sexual predators, and we are the bait. I spent weeks of my life searching for his profile.