If you're using Internet Explorer, and have specified an abnormally high level of paranoia for your browser, you may be able to remedy the situation by going to your Privacy settings under Internet Options, and selecting a privacy level of "Medium" for all sites, or just for this one.
This problem may also occasionally be caused by a glitch in Microsoft Internet Explorer.
And while many do meet “the one”—17% of people who married in the past year met their mate on the internet–they’re also facing serious privacy issues along the way.
One study found that one in ten members of online dating sites is a scammer.
Data scientists from New York-based dating app, Hinge, analysed their members' photos to reveal which profile pictures get the most likes.
The team assigned 35 unique photo tags, such as smiling with or without teeth, to a random sample of 1,000 photos.
"But that's the very nature of Facebook and social media in general.
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And while you might see them as old-fashioned, black and white photos were a huge hit, increasing likes by a huge 106 per cent.
Hinge also discovered that spontaneous snaps were more likely to get a like than posed photos.
"If you subscribed to Tinder Plus, deleting the app and/or your account does not cancel your subscription," Tinder says on its FAQ page. Ok Cupid gives you the option of deleting or disabling your account.
If you disable it, your profile will be removed, but you will be able to get all your old information, pictures, and messages back if you want in the future.
Anyone with an online dating account will know that choosing the perfect profile picture for your page is a tricky business.