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We have scoured the Internet for the lamest, vainest and strangest online dating sites the web has to offer, and trust us, you are going to want to run as fast as your avatar's digital feet can carry you in the other direction.

But Tinder, for one, doesn’t allow this kind of automated scraping of its API.

Tinder told Buzz Feed that the company had “contacted the developer to inform them that the app is violating our terms, and we have been told that they will address the issue”.

After reading about another app that used Tinder’s API — called Swipe Buster, which promises to find out if your partner’s cheating on you with Tinder — they were inspired to use their technology on dating apps. According to the app listing on the Google Play store, the app comes from Haystack AI, which describes itself as focused on Artificial Intelligence Deep Learning Entertainment. In fact, much of the world has banned face recognition software, EPIC points out.

A new “dating” — or maybe stalking — app is using facial recognition to help you date people who look like, say, your ex, or perhaps a celebrity, or then again, a random stranger you might have breathed at on the subway. Just upload a photo of someone you want to date — including yourself, as Buzz Feed suggests, à la Narcissus — and the app will use facial recognition to scan thousands of profile photos sourced from dating sites and apps to find people whose faces are similar to what you’re after.

His lawyers said in court filings viewed by the BBC that the sharing of profile information between the niche sites gave off the false impression that their client was something – quite a few somethings – that he in fact was not: Plaintiff is...

not black, gay, Christian or HIV positive and was unaware that defendant was creating websites that focused on such traits that would include his profile, thus indicating that he was all of these things and more.

Should or shouldn’t make it clear on your profile, or tell your date, that you have a disability?