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Additionally, 42% of Americans know someone who has used an online dating site or app, an increase of 11% from 2005, and 29% of Americans know someone who has met their partner through this medium, compared with 15% who made this claim in 2005.
This data represents a significant shift in the perception of online dating, suggesting that the stigma associated with the practice is dropping: While some of us may Friend more discriminately than others, we live in a time where it's common to build online networks that include secondary and tertiary connections.
They're emphatic, they're sympathetic, and they're like-minded.
Pleasing to the eye Catfish are successful because their actions mirror offline behaviors.
We choose what we believe to be the best of ourselves to share with others.
But in this social strategy, how do we know that anyone is who they claim to be?
And more importantly, could we spot a catfish if one swam into our network?
When questioned, she was evasive, prompting more questions and leading to additional disappointments as Nev discovered that not everything was as it seemed.
He traveled to her home where he learned that Abby's mother was actually playing the part of Megan.
Nev connected with Abby, and subsequently her family, over email, phone, and eventually Facebook.
His relationship with Megan grew until discrepancies in the information she shared were revealed.
This deception can be elaborate, and may involve the use of fake photos, fake biographies, and sometimes fictitious supporting networks as well.
The documentary followed the online relationship between photographer Yanev "Nev" Shulman and a young woman named Megan, whom Nev "met" after receiving a painting of one his photographs from her younger sister Abby.