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Is there any evidence to support the common conception that one is more likely to be physically injured when dating someone met online as opposed to someone met "offline"?

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"Actual and perceived risk of victimization as a result of engaging in on-line relationships has as yet to be systematically investigated." - YOU'VE GOT MAIL! YOU DON'T WANT IT: CYBER-VICTIMIZATION AND ON-LINE DATING, 2001. Anything since then? – Oddthinking Oct 25 '11 at 17:23
Allegedly millenials don't know how to date w/o Tinder, so it would be hard to find a control group ;-) – vartec Nov 29 '15 at 1:33

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