If you’re going on a date with someone whom you know through social networking or dating sites, it’s better to remain cautious about the person and place.
Tell someone where you’re going and who you’re going to be with.
I wouldn't be surprised if porn viewing resulted in aggressive ad-targeting including pop ups.
Hmm I know sites can pick up key words you've typed and target ads in that way, Not just from the search bar but messages on Facebook etc.
Today, using a dating site is very easy, both for the ease of connecting and browsing, as well as the means for chatting with women and men.
Everything is the same as before, except faster, and simpler.
Let them know you’re interested in your date by listening to them.
Ask them questions, but be selective; don’t ask questions you wouldn’t be willing to answer yourself.
Google decided I was a young, testosterone fuelled man and my targeted ads and pop ups became dating/chat/porn sites and join the marines type stuff.
I watched a US tv series online and now my computer constantly pops up with half naked girls.
Just ask him, and check his history if you want for extra reassurance.
If there are problems in your relationship, if you don't trust him, if he has a track-record of doing something similar in the past then a face-to-face conversation has to be on the cards.... If everything in the garden is rosy, even more reason to ask a straight question. I downloaded a movie and since have been bombarded with ads for meeting Russian and Asian woman.
I also use a few sites directed towards women eg hair and makeup sites and get ads for dating sites I get targeted ads which are based on stuff I've looked at online (clothes, sports gear); I also get facebook ads which seem to be targeted at 40s female demographic-type eg hair, makeup, cosmetic procedures (! When my FB profile stated I was interested in men and women I got a lot of ads for lesbian holidays.