Dating site suffers from a virus that accidentally slipped 30,000 new unwanted members into the system.

It was meant to be a dating website exclusively for the use of “beautiful men and women”, where members ruthlessly selected and excluded those who did not match their definitions of good looks. But last month when was attacked by a computer virus, some claim standards slipped and around 30,000 new members gained admittance. The virus was quickly named Shrek – after the animated film about how looks should not matter – as it attacked the software used to screen potential members. The Guardian

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