Norton has published findings from a global study that included 1,000 U.S. adults ages 18 and older, finding that the most common tactics for vetting ahead of a prospective date by those that use online dating apps and websites include scrolling through social media profiles, typing a name into a search engine or looking up a profile on a professional networking site. The study also found that around 10 percent of adults admit that they have used a payment app to check on someone else’s public activity and 19 percent of respondents say they have accidentally “deep-liked” an old post or photo on a social media profile of a romantic interest or of their partner’s ex-significant other.


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