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Spark Networks also owns the popular online Jewish matchmaker JDate.com, which wasn’t part of the litigation.
Spark Networks agreed to pay each plaintiff ,000 each and 0,000 in attorneys’ fees to the two men’s lawyers.
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Under the agreement, the gateway homepages now ask just whether a user is a “man” or a “woman.” Spark Networks agreed that within two years, it would adjust other searching and profile features to give gay and lesbian singles a more tailored experience.
The terms approved by a state judge on Monday also apply to other Spark sites that had operated in the same way.
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