After a woman sued Match.com when she was sexually assaulted by a date, it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise to hear that the mega-big dating site is going to screen potential users before allowing them to creep girls out with their Joey-from-Friends pick-up lines. [Consumerist]
Still would not have stopped what happened because he is not listed in Cali's sex offenders registry. Hopefully match does not try to advertise this feature because it will just crate a false sense of security. Match just needs a better FAQ about on-line dating and how to protect yourself.