Single Australians have been left divided over the possibility of a radical overhaul of online dating, which would include having to show proof of ID to sign up to the platforms. Some men and women have claimed the rules under consideration by the Federal Government would lead to over-policing and 'take all the fun out of dating'. But others agree proving identity to gain access to the websites and apps is a great idea that would make them feel safer and more confident to meet up with men and women. Well-known matchmaker Louanne Ward posted on Facebook to ask if single men and women would be happy to consider the changes to help prevent scams and sexual assaults from happening.
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By Carly Stern For Dailymail. A Canadian woman sent a multi-question quiz to all of her dating app matches, asking them to answer a list of very specific questions about Taylor Swift songs, Cheetos, and Mario Kart. Kennedy clearly thought it would be funny to send the unique compatibility quiz to her matches — and based on her TikTok views, which have soared above half a million, plenty of other people think her plan was quite funny, too. Funny stuff: A Canadian woman named Kennedy shared a compatibility quiz with her dating app matches.
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By Sean O'grady For Mailonline. The couple mostly kept their relationship out of the spotlight and never shared snaps together on social media. MailOnline has contacted a representative for Jess Impiazzi for comment.
The Flint water crisis was a public health crisis that started in and lasted until ,  after the drinking water for the city of Flint, Michigan was contaminated with lead and possibly Legionella bacteria. Residents complained about the taste, smell, and appearance of the water. Officials failed to apply corrosion inhibitors to the water, which resulted in lead from aging pipes leaching into the water supply, exposing around , residents to elevated lead levels. Shortly thereafter, President Barack Obama declared a federal state of emergency, authorizing additional help from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. The water supply change was considered a possible cause of an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in the county that killed 12 people and affected another 87, but the original source of the bacteria was never found.