The mere fact that the basic social introduction process was to be conducted on the Internet in this case does not place the dating service outside the scope of the law. § 394-c[a], “ ‘social referral service’ shall include any service for a fee providing matching of members ․ by use of computer ․ for the purpose of dating and general social contact”). Co.1991, Diamond, J.], member video and biography kept in a library for access by other members, “the distinction between a service that actually matches people for dating and one that provides the means for the match has no meaning in the context of the clear legislative intent to regulate this kind of activity no matter how it is accomplished or implemented”).
On the other hand we have seen some applications that we thought were startlingly innovative die with a whimper.
An individual or group of individuals believe they can leverage the web to make a pile of money.
Now let me say at the outset that I am sometimes amazed at the ideas that end up succeeding.
"She asked what I'm interested in, what I'm doing ...
and I now realize she was finding out my financial situation, which, I'm so naive.