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The warning comes after the popular site e Harmony was found to be misleading those looking for a partner.The company made the advertising claim that it used a ‘scientifically proven matching system’.The researchers said: 'It is intriguing that shortly after the introduction of the first dating websites in 1995, like Match.com, the percentage of new marriages created by interracial couples increased rapidly.'The rate jumped even further in 2014, shortly after the introduction of Tinder.While the findings suggest that online dating is driving the increase in interracial marriage, the researchers note that there are other factors adding to the change – such as a reduction in the percentage of white people in the US.
They added: 'Understanding the evolution of interracial marriage is an important problem, for intermarriage is widely considered a measure of social distance in our societies.'In their study, the researchers simulated what happened when extra links are introduced into a social network made up of men and women from different races.Telegraph Dating is an online dating service that will help you find women and men like you.