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December 27, 2013

More daters turn to Web but still keep lips zipped

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Ben, also working at a nonprofit group, said the relative anonymity of dating Web sites, where only other members of the sites can see a fellow user's name and photo, is a benefit. He doesn't think we're at a place yet where potential bosses or girlfriends who might search his name on Google would be open-minded about seeing it tied to Tinder.

"More and more people are having those conversations," he said. "But we're still not at the point where everyone is comfortable."

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