NEW YORK, June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Meezoog.com, a leading provider of trust-based social dating, announced today the launch of PirateDate.com in cooperation with ThePirateBay.org (TPB) – the leading file-sharing site.
The launch of PirateDate.com has come amid legal turmoil and efforts to shut down ThePirateBay.org. This launch stands in contrast to recent rumors about selling TPB. It also indicates the persistence and endurance of TPB, as well as the emergence of a web-based ecosystem to maintain TPB's existence and leadership, as well as its expansion into new markets.
The new dating network presents a radically different concept to traditional dating sites, and it follows the TPB core concept of social sharing. PirateDate allows singles to share and assist their social connections in finding potential dates, while getting recommendations and referrals from their friends.
PirateDate utilizes Meezoog's technology to provide users with "social proximity" measurements, that allow people to efficiently filter their cyber connections. In addition, the site is connected with Facebook and it aims to compete with leading personals sites, like Match.com and eHarmony.
About The Pirate Bay
TPB is the world's largest Bittorrent tracker. The Pirate Bay was started by Swedish anti copyright organization Piratbyran in late 2003. In October 2004 it separated and was run independently by dedicated individuals. In 2006 the site changed its ownership again. Today the site is run by a non-profit organization.
Meezoog is the world's first dating network geared exclusively toward the international, working professional community, built on a fully-secure and trust-based platform. Meezoog's technology provides a safe and lifelike experience for users looking for love and friendship on the Internet. Modeled after a person's real-life social circle, Meezoog allows friends to act as matchmakers. Meezoog's technology addresses the issues of Internet scamming and fake profiles with "social trust" built on the company's patent pending technology.