On 18th and 20th of August, the group leaked more than 25 gigabytes of company data, including user details.
Because of the site's policy of not deleting users' personal information – including real names, home addresses, search history and credit card transaction records – many users feared being publicly shamed.
It's a flirty way of letting users know that you're interested in them.
The responding user can then send a Kiss back letting you know that they want to take things further — in which case you send an email which costs money — or they can let you know they're not interested.
The script wasn't just about automating the first point of contact though.The only reason Eros gave up on his dating efforts six months after the endeavour began was because he still couldn't find someone he really liked out of all the women he had met online.Eros finally turned off his script a few months ago and was ready to quit RSVP to go celibate, but not before a young lady contacted him and wanted to go out. Despite the fact that Eros found love without the use of his god-like combo of super script and dating tips, what he did is still in flagrant breach of RSVP's terms of service.After a bit of study, Eros worked out that he could actually exploit certain loopholes in RSVP to his advantage, and set about building a Perl script to make it happen.What he built was a script that would automate his first point of contact with a network of various women that would then let him respond appropriately based on their response.