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The online dating site Plenty of Fish wants users to put their best — and unfiltered — face forward. In a blog post on Tuesday, the site announced that it was "implementing a face filter ban across the platform" and would begin to remove photos that feature them after a poll found that 75 percent of single people said the use of filters "heavily altered someone's appearance to be deceptive. According to Plenty of Fish, which surveyed 2, single people in the United States for the poll, 25 percent said they believe potential dates are "pretending to be someone they're not" when they post a photo on their profile with a face filter. The worst offender was the dog filter, which gives users floppy dog ears on the top of their head, a dog nose, and a wagging tongue when the person opens their mouth. The filter was made popular by Snapchat and Instagram.
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The company, based in Vancouver , British Columbia  generates revenue through advertising and premium memberships. In , Plenty of Fish became a full-time business for Frind. The website for Plenty of Fish appeared in several music videos in Many of these appearances are undisclosed paid product placements   which have been met with highly negative reviews. In , Plenty of Fish launched mobile apps for iPhone and Android. But now it is also available in iPad, and Windows phone. On January 21, , it was discovered that the Plenty of Fish website had been hacked which exposed the personal and password information on nearly 30 million user accounts.
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Plenty of Fish bans users from posting photos with face filters users find 'deceptive'
By Ian Randall For Mailonline. Dating app Plenty of Fish is taking a stand against singletons using filtered photos in an attempt to promote authenticity and crackdown on catfishing on its platform. Images deemed to be too heavily filtered will now be removed by the matchmaking site as part of its new vetting scheme. The move comes after a user survey into the pressures of online dating revealed that 84 per cent of singles longed for a more honest experience on the site. Furthermore, more than half of the 2, respondents in the study said that they felt that filtered photos should be prohibited on dating apps and sites altogether.
IN THIS day and age, singletons are much more likely to turn to digital dating in their quest for romance. And one website they might use to find love is Plenty of Fish, which is specifically designed for those unlucky in dating to find their significant other. Here's all you need to know