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“Always do at least a simple Google search on a potential date, and an advanced search is even better.
In the interest of being over-prepared (again, not hot, but when have you ever regretted it?
) when you’re dating a stranger, we grilled experts—from CIA and FBI agents to privacy pros—about what women can do to keep themselves safe while they’re dating. Does that Bumble prospect really need to know where you were raised and your mother’s maiden name? “A stalker or predator can attempt to find you through this information,” says Mary Ellen O’Toole, a former FBI criminal profiler and author of “Even things like where you were born can give someone enough information to Google you through a people-finder and locate you.” Avoid!
I’m not saying you shouldn’t show off how hot you looked in that wrap dress or low-cut top on your League profile—just be careful if those are the only kinds of photos on there, because certain (sick) people could see this as their permission slip to take advantage of you.
“Not only are decent people online looking to meet a nice woman—but disturbed predators are, too,” says former FBI profiler Candice Delong.
Chatting about things like your job title, company you work for, college you went to, or neighborhood you live in are typical online dating small-talk topics, but they’re not so harmless, says Jason Hanson, CIA agent and author of.