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if you use the Internet, you're the subject of hundreds of experiments at any given time, on every site.
That's how websites work." In May 2016, a team of Danish researchers have made publicly available the "Ok Cupid dataset" project, containing (as of May 2016) 2,620 variables describing 68,371 users on Ok Cupid for research purposes (e.g., for psychologists investigating the social psychology of dating).
On March 31, 2014 any user accessing Ok Cupid from Firefox was presented with a message asking users to boycott the internet browser due to Mozilla Corporation's new CEO Brendan Eich's support of Proposition 8.
Users were asked instead to consider other browsers.
Ok Trends, the official blog of Ok Cupid, presents statistical observations from Ok Cupid user interactions, to explore data from the online dating world.
To generate matches, Ok Cupid applies data generated by users' activities on the site, as well as their answers to questions.
In December 2017, Ok Cupid rolled out a change that would require users to provide their real first name, in place of a pseudonym as was previously encouraged.
Although the company later clarified that nicknames or initials would be acceptable, and it has been noted that unlike other dating sites that encourage the use of first names, Ok Cupid "encourages long profiles full of intimate details, including candid answers to questions about sex and politics", making connecting that information with a real name more problematic to users.
The current Ok Cupid Dating Persona Test is still largely identical, in question and text blurb content and order, to the original Match Test.
In 2001, they sold Spark Notes to Barnes & Noble, and began work on Ok Cupid.
Editorial posts from 2010 by an Ok Cupid founder in which and pay-dating were criticized for exploiting users and being "fundamentally broken" were removed from the Ok Cupid blog at the time of the acquisition.
Users who receive high ratings may be notified by email that they are in the "top half of Ok Cupid's most attractive users" and "will now see more attractive people in [their] match results".
The email also reads "And, no, we didn't just send this email to everyone on Ok Cupid.