A benchmarking tool that is used by a number of online dating sites and services is being investigated for plagiarism.
The tool, Portent Seo Benchmark, has been used by several dating sites to check for plagiarisms.
It’s an online tool that analyzes user behavior in terms of links to articles.
The tool is currently used by dating sites like Match.com, OkCupid, and Plenty of Fish.
The company has been contacted by the BBC about the plagiarism allegations and is investigating the issue.
The BBC said that the plagiarized article was written by a blogger who was known to the company.
The site has denied the accusation.
The author, who the BBC says is based in the UK, wrote a post in December, 2017, in which he called out the company for using a plagiarized image.
A spokeswoman for the company told the BBC that it has since deleted the post.
The plagiarism allegation comes as more and more dating sites are being investigated by the US Justice Department over their plagiarism policies.
The department has also been working to bring online dating websites under the purview of the Fair Use Act, which requires the websites to stop infringing on copyright.© AFP 2018