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The visitor section, which kept track of visitors to your profile and also profiles that recently browsed, is gone.In a blog post, Ok Cupid claimed that “a positive beta test” is what led to the removal of the visitors section.

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This site uses "cookies" to authenticate your session.Late last month, Ok Cupid announced a fairly fundamental change to its dating service: the company would no longer allow users to see visitors to their profile.And as of today, that change has been implemented across both Ok Cupid’s website and smartphone apps.And the company is taking blatant steps to help people formulate something that takes a little more brain power than “hey.” You can now comment on profile photos and even specific sections of someone’s profile.These are similar to regular messages but with the context attached.According to The Herald Sun, the people behind the fake accounts are trying to discredit them because of their views on same-sex marriage.

Fake Twitter and Facebook accounts of Broad and other parliamentarians from different parties have also been active in recent weeks.

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“Without the distraction of visitors, you can now focus on the people who like what they see on your profile and really want to get to know you,” the company reasoned.

“And when you’re focused on those people, your chances of higher quality connections improves.” But almost immediately, Ok Cupid ran into negative feedback from both free and paying customers.

A recent post by Jenny Davis over at the Pacific Standard suggests that “Online dating shows us the cold, hard facts about race in America“.