Turns out that dating service eHarmony has a weird definition of "science" when the law comes knocking. An ad in the London subway system triggered the UK's Advertising Standards Agency to call the "scientifically proven" matching system "misleading,...

eHarmony can’t claim its matches are ‘scientific’ anymore

Turns out that dating service eHarmony has a weird definition of “science” when the law comes knocking. An ad in the London subway system triggered the UK's Advertising Standards Agency to call the “scientifically proven” matching system “misleading,…

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