Dating website operator
3.1 ODA Members must have easily accessible safety information for Users explaining the potential risks with online dating and providing appropriate advice and guidance.3.2 ODA Members must provide Users with easily accessible guidance on what constitutes unacceptable behaviour.Providers of online dating services wishing to join the ODA will be asked to give an undertaking of compliance with the Code and to explain the arrangements they have in place in achieve this compliance.1.1 ODA Members must comply with all legal and regulatory requirements applying to their business including, but not limited to, any legislation, regulations and guidelines relating to the protection of personal data, privacy, advertising & broadcasting, company and commercial practices and e-commerce.2.5 ODA Members must provide Users with clear information about the different forms of membership and how to cancel membership.
1.7 ODA Members must not display the ODA logo or any other logo or content in connection with the ODA or make reference to ODA membership on sites of an adult or “casual” nature or any site not registered with the ODA.
3.6 ODA Members must not themselves create fake Profiles or knowingly allow Users or any other party to create and post fake Profiles.
If ODA Members create Profiles for testing or other administrative purposes this should be done in ways that ensure Users are in no doubt over the nature of such Profiles.
1.2 ODA Members must act in a fair and reasonable manner and meet the commitments they make to their Users.
1.3 ODA Members must not act in ways that bring the online industry or the ODA into disrepute.
4.2 Users must be able to cancel memberships and/or subscriptions online within the service or by e –mail.