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Even when they should be wrong for each other." The company later revealed the correct scores to the participants.
"This shows how easy it is for a company to put at risk the trust that users place in them," Daniel Tozer, a commercial technology partner at the law firm Harbottle and Lewis, told the BBC.
The results showed that people responded solely to the pictures.
For potential daters, Mr Rudder said that "your actual words are worth… The revelations come as a result of Facebook saying that in late June, it changed some "news feeds to control which emotional expressions the users were exposed to" as part of research in collaboration with two US universities.