In South Korea, “blind date” is a relatively common way to make friends. Statistics show that nearly 40% of South Korean single people hope to find out their contacts through blind date. This has also promoted the popularity of dating software, and even some software has been launched in the Chinese market. However, at the same time, the industry also exposed some problems. Recently, South Korea has investigated and dealt with a number of problematic dating software. South Korea’s Fair Trade Commission said on the 27th that it has imposed penalties on six dating software suspected of violating the “e-commerce law”. Some of them use photos of advertising models to disguise themselves as members, and some use advertising slogans such as “speed match a couple every 6 seconds” and “elite white-collar workers are most commonly used”, and exaggerate the number of people online to attract users to join. At present, the Fair Trade Commission of South Korea has imposed various fines on the six softwares according to the seriousness of the case, and issued rectification orders. < / P > < p > in recent years, the number of marriages in South Korea has been declining year by year, and the average age of marriage has also been pushed back. Before officially entering the palace of marriage, no matter because of parents’ urging or out of their own will, many single people will try dating again and again, which brings fire to dating software. < / P > < p > in recent years, there have been more than 200 kinds of dating software on the market in South Korea. Among the 10 mobile phone software that consumers paid most to use last year, three of them were dating software. Especially this year, restaurants, bars, cinemas and other places have been closed by stages. Young people’s opportunities to contact the opposite sex in real life are reduced, and the demand for dating software is increasing significantly. According to statistics, the market scale of dating software in South Korea has reached 200 billion won, about 1.17 billion yuan. However, many software only rely on the outstanding appearance of member photos to attract people to download and use, often charging thousands of RMB membership fees, but neglect the management of the software content, resulting in a large number of ghost accounts, malicious slander messages and so on. Even the software managers who should have played a protective role, on the contrary, violated the rights and interests of users. < / P > < p > last year, a popular dating software with more than 4 million users in South Korea was exposed that some software managers checked users’ privacy information without authorization, and contacted and harassed users in private. In this regard, the relevant departments in South Korea have strengthened supervision, regularly checking dating software and requiring adult certification program. Some mainstream dating software also began to improve their own management, such as the opening of real name authentication services, to ensure the authenticity of the user’s identity, at the same time, strengthen privacy protection, strictly prevent the disclosure of user’s personal information. As some South Korean dating software is also launched in the Chinese market, we would like to remind consumers to check other members’ identities after downloading the software and to be alert to relevant risks. It is said that “gta5” will be launched on Google cloud game platform stadia