Victims were also given the option to have their names and conversations removed for .
Some were even told that once the payment was made, the information would be removed within an hour and the website would not allow anyone to post anything pertaining to the victims’ names again.
Not only do users have to worry about potential stalking and harassment by fellow users of the app, many countries have laws that are hostile against members of the LGBTQ community, such as Egypt, which is currently undergoing an extreme ‘crackdown’ on gay and transgender individuals.
Authorities may use apps to determine the location of LGBTQ individuals and arrest them, which is why it's better to use an app like Hornet, with built-in security features, rather than taking your chances with an app that doesn’t.
This statistic indicates that members of the LGBTQ community should be vigilant and aware of the risks when dating, both online and in person.
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The victims were provided a link to a page on the website that claimed they were a “cheater.” Photos of the victims and their telephone numbers were also posted.
There was an option to view and buy the posted conversations for .
All dating has its share of risks, and dating in the LGBTQ community is no different.
In fact, LGBTQ individuals might be more vulnerable: experiencing a 23.2% rate of sexual victimization, compared to just 12.3% for heterosexuals, according to a survey done by the Urban Institute.