This has left people with less time, space and access to conventional forms of dating.
At the same time, they now have improved access to ICTs.
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Compared to traditional dating where a person had to go to the bar or some other social meeting place with hopes of meeting a prospect, the internet has given users access to all types of people in a short time.
Using computers and smartphones, users are able to access unmoderated matchmaking from online dating service providers over the internet.
Generally, prospective members are required to give personal details like age, location, interests, and hobbies before they can start browsing profiles of potential partners.
This increased flexibility has made Australians more likely to tolerate such unconventional approaches as online dating.
Results Are Matching Up With Traditional Dating A 2012 study by the University of Stanford revealed that the strength and quality of relationships initiated online were at par with results from conventional dating.
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