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The claimant signed up with a dating site for people with sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that promised “100% anonymity”.It’s actually outlined in Positive Singles.com’s terms of service, mind you.But few people bother to click on or read that legalese, the anonymous “John Doe” claimant said when he sued as part of a class action suit that dates to 2011.He did not sign up for dating sites that cater to people who are HIV-positive, “kinky”, Christian, black, or gay, yet that’s where his profile also wound up: on subsidiary sites that are all operated by parent company Successful and which have names such as AIDSDate, Herpesinmouth, Christian Safe Haven, Meet Black POZ and Positively Kinky.This is all thanks to the sharing of databases containing users’ profile information between the niche dating sites.

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