Anti cheating dating website
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Instead of “name your own price,” it’s “name your own face”. For a while there, I assumed it had something to do with Anguilla, the British territory in the Caribbean whose internet country code top-level domain is .ai, which led me to think that maybe Anguilla has different laws about facial recognition technology than here in the US.
The National Confederation of Catholic Family Associations had asked the court to ban Gleeden from referring to extramarital relations in its communications and to say that the contracts between the website and its 3 million users were unlawful and void, which would have hampered the very activity of the dating site.
The French Catholic association had accused Gleeden of helping people commit adultery and break one of the obligations of marriage.
Le Morhedec said Gleeden, through its business activity, seeks to impose its owners' views about family on public opinion when "duplicity, deceit and lies" don't need to be promoted.The dating site was also seen by the group as promoting "anti-social behaviors" for business purposes.But the court ruled that the federation was not eligible to file a complaint because the legal issues around infidelity only can be raised within a private marital relationship and because cheating on one's spouse doesn't always rise to a civil violation."The reference to infidelity cannot be characterized as unlawful action since the breach of the duty of fidelity does not necessarily constitute a fault," the ruling said.Gleeden, a website founded by two French businessmen in 2009 with headquarters in New York, is mainly for married women and men looking to date other married people.It claims to be a world leader in the market of online extramarital dating, with a presence in more than 150 countries.