Dating game questions for kids
"It's a very convenient coincidence, if it is purely a coincidence."Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did acknowledge people may have privacy concerns as he announced the dating service at its conference for software developers in California on Tuesday."I know a lot of you are going to have questions about this, so I want to be clear that we have this designed with privacy and safety in mind from the beginning," Zuckerberg said.Here are some of the questions we have used: If your mom/daughter could be any animal, what would she be? If your mom/daughter could go to any concert, which one would she attend?If your mom/daughter could travel anywhere in the world, where would she go?Some are about their day, some are “would you rather” style- all are fun and any will be a guaranteed way to get everyone talking!We just recently planned a mother-daughter night for the teenagers I teach at church and it was so much fun.In order to have the Game show affect, I borrowed my son’s play microphone that magnifies your voice.(Funny that we got it at Wal Mart for probably three dollars.) It was a perfect touch!
Facebook would have already been working on developing a dating service for months, if not years — long before the Cambridge Analytica controversy blew up, Kurasawa said.
(Stephen Lam/Reuters)As Facebook continues to face questions about its ability to protect the privacy of users' data in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, some may wonder about the timing of its announcement that it will soon launch a dating service — which arguably would contain people's most personal information.
"[It's] an interesting move," said Fuyuki Kurasawa, an expert in social media and digital culture at York University in Toronto.
That's because engagement time is an important metric for advertisers, but research has shown that users, particularly younger people, are not staying on Facebook for as long as they used to.
Having users to create a dating profile on Facebook — which the company has said would be separate from their regular profiles, and not visible to their friends — would increase the amount of time they spend on the platform and generate "incredibly valuable" information about them."When you indicate on a dating profile what kind of movies you like, you know, music you listen to, restaurants you go to ...