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VANCOUVER, B.C., May 10, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — As visits to dating sites in Brazil skyrocket up 58 percent from this time last year, a new frontier in the world of online dating has revealed itself, Plentyoffish.com (POF.com) reports. With one of the fastest growing online populations in the world, Brazil is shining some light on the international appeal of online dating.
The thought of online dating had never appealed to me. There was something unnatural about “finding love” by shopping for a potential partner on a computer screen. You register with the site, sort through the profiles, make a connection and hopefully start dating. Repeat as necessary. But as a 31-year-old single male living in […]
The High Court rejected claims made by US online dating company Plentyoffish Media that it was entitled to assert rights over UK-registered trademarks because it had high UK visitor numbers to its website.
Justice Birss QC said that because Plentyoffish Media did not have any customers in the UK it did not own any “goodwill” rights over UK marks owned by rival Plenty More LLP. The judge dismissed the US firm’s claims that Plenty More was “passing off” its dating service website, “plentymorefish,com”, as its belonging to the US brand. The judge rejected Plentyoffish’s claims that the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) had failed to apply UK trademark law correctly when assessing the company’s case.
By Google Trends statistics in this year, Daily Unique Visitors of the Plentyoffish has decreased. I think, this is because of amplifying competition from Badoo.com side.
According to reports from ComScore and Experian Hitwise, PlentyOfFish.com (http://www.PlentyOfFish.com) was consistently ranked as the most popular dating site by visits in the UK every month, for the first half of 2011.
PlentyOfFish (www.plentyoffish.com), the world’s largest online dating website with more than 33 million registered members, has just released updated versions of its popular online dating apps for iPhone and Android.
WOBURN, Mass. – A married Weston man allegedly stole more than $200,000 from four women he met on dating websites since 2006, CBS News station WBZ-TV in Boston reports. Albert Bellamy Lovering, 54, pleaded not guilty Wednesday to 23 larceny charges and a charge of being a common and notorious thief. Bail was set […]