Persons with certain risk factors are more likely to become perpetrators or victims of intimate partner violence (IPV).Those risk factors contribute to IPV but might not be direct causes.To be fair, Tinder is far from the only dating site dealing with these kinds of issues; in fact, since the advent of Craigslist, the world’s oldest profession has been quick to adopt the world’s newest technologies whenever possible.Dating violence is controlling, abusive, and aggressive behavior in a romantic relationship. It can include verbal, emotional, physical, or sexual abuse, or a combination.What the report doesn’t mention: Real sex workers aren’t unheard of on dating sites, either.The Symantec report, which came out Tuesday, documented a number of scams that many Tinder users have probably swiped-left by before: enticements to chat on sketchy platforms with names like “Slut Roulette,” provocative photos promising dirty acronyms for cash, short-URL advertisements for webcam sites and services that cost absurd amounts of money.Repeat this process for each site you'd like to block access to.Keep in mind that if certain websites have mobile sites, you may need to block them separately.
Exceptions to this are web sites that contain information relating to sexuality and sexual health, which may be classified under the Health Sites Category (21).
For example, childhood physical or sexual victimization is a risk factor for future IPV perpetration and victimization.
A combination of individual, relational, community, and societal factors contribute to the risk of becoming an IPV perpetrator or victim.
Typically this would include most real-time online news publications and technology or trade journals.
This does not include financial quotes, refer to the Investment Sites category (11), or sports, refer to the Sports category (16).