Men on the site tend to message women closer to their own age; very few men over 30 actually reach out to 20-year-old women.
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North Korea has been blamed by Western governments for several major cyber attacks in recent years, including against banks and Sony Pictures (), as well as the Wanna Cry ransomware attack that froze computers unless their owners sent cash. Tensions have risen in recent weeks as North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un and U. President Donald Trump have traded war-like threats and insults over the North’s nuclear and missile development programs, leading to an intensification of diplomatic efforts and a renewed push on sanctions against it.
Dyn Research, which monitors international internet traffic flows, said it had seen Russian telecommunications company Trans Tele Com routing North Korean traffic since about 0908 GMT on Sunday.
Some commentators credit it with helping singles feel more secure and confident, while others blame it for “ruining romance,” “killing commitment” and contributing to the rise of the hook-up culture. While women generally prefer men around their own age, men are most attracted to 20-year-olds, period.
As the head of Ok Cupid, I worked diligently to untangle many of the misconceptions about finding love on the Internet. That’s why the Daily Mail calls straight women over 45 the “plankton generation” — at the bottom of the romantic food chain.
Previously traffic was handled via China Unicom () under a deal dating back to 2010.