Every day, 15,000 people in Britain log on to an obscure online domain where they can search for anything they want in secret. It claims the numbers of users of its free software doubled between 20, reaching around 600,000 people each year – and, though the numbers are hard to trust, its data suggests there are 15,715 unique daily users in Britain.
The Tor Project, a non-profit company which launched across the Atlantic in Walpole, Massachusetts in 2002, exists with the objective of making anonymous web-surfing mainstream.
Don't put up photos that are offensive or deceiving or that don't demonstrate who it is you really are." Even though photos are very important, don't discard a potential match just because of their appearance.
David Bennett, certified counselor, relationship expert and co-author of seven self-help books, told me, "Studies show most people base online dating primarily on the photos. " Relationships are complex, and it's important to recognize them as such.
Andrew Lewman, Tor’s executive director, told The Washington Post that Tor had seen its popularity grow in the US and Europe amid concerns about online privacy.
“Ten years ago, no one had this concept of privacy.
It pollutes the internet, twists minds and is quite simply a danger to children,” he said on Sunday.