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Evita March does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment.One of the biggest reveals of Facebook’s F8 developer conference so far has been that it is planning on getting into the dating game. K.'s Advertising Standards Authority found the ads were misleading, exaggerated and based on insufficient evidence.
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"The sample of e Harmony couples was not a random or representative sample, but were instead taken from a group of self-selecting couples who were more likely to report positively on their marital satisfaction," the ASA said.
The decision comes months after a passenger on London's Tube complained about an e Harmony poster. It's time science had a go at love." Additional text claimed that users could "stack the odds of finding lasting love entirely in [their] favor" with a "scientifically proven matching system." "Although we respectfully disagree with the ASA's findings, we are happy to work with them to assure that our advertising is as clear as possible," said Romain Bertrand, managing director at e Harmony UK.
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