Dangers in cyber dating
You should refrain from inviting someone you found online to meet you at your home.Don’t accept an invitation to meet anywhere except a public space where you know other people will be, such as a cafe.
One negative aspect of online dating is that you are dealing with a digital persona made of words and images (and possibly some online voice or video chats before you meet in the flesh).What's worse is the idea that she would like to get to know you, but your message fell through the cracks or wasn't delivered because of a glitch in the online dating computer system.She might also be offline indefinitely or has started dating someone and isn't looking for anyone else at the moment.They may post flattering photos taken years ago when they were in much better physical condition, they may exaggerate about their accomplishments or they could lie about their income, education level and whether they drink or take drugs.
A person whom you are interested in getting to know may not acknowledge your message, and you won't know if it's because the person is being inundated with messages from hundreds of suitors or if he simply is not interested in you.
What's more, if your smartphone or digital camera adds metadata to the pictures you take, people may be able to read the GPS information for an image you post to your profile, enabling them to see where you took the picture.