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"Many men seem to pounce on women online just as they would in real life," she said."There's no emotional explanation for it other than they want spice and curiosity.The online dating site announced the decision via Twitter and followed up by tweeting that “there is no room for hate in a place where you’re looking for love.” The site also asked users to report anyone who appears to be involved in a hate group.Chief executive Elie Seidman gave a statement to Gizmodo saying, “Ok Cupid has zero tolerance for racism.I was so disillusioned with all the garbage messages I received that I actively disliked browsing the site. It's simply that the signal-to-noise ratio of it all dominated the tone of my experience.My messages were so undesirable that by the second or third day of scopin' dudes and alternately receiving offers for casual sex and gushy fanmail based on nothing at all, I was over it.While tech companies have removed accounts belonging to the Islamic State and other terrorist groups under growing political pressure, tech companies until now have not been as aggressive in policing hate groups in the U.
And it's asking its members to report other OKCupid members who belong to hate groups.
After a Vice documentary about last weekend’s Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville featured white supremacist Chris Cantwell, he was banned from Facebook.
And on Thursday, he was kicked off Ok Cupid as well.
“I’m here to spread ideas, talk, in the hopes that somebody more capable will come along …
somebody like Donald Trump who does not give his daughter to a Jew,” Cantwell says.
The latest rally participant to see his digital footprint erased is Christopher Cantwell, a white nationalist and Web commentator who was filmed by Vice in Charlottesville.