Following the publication of her Nov. 16 Washington Post op-ed “The Case for Cracking Down on Tinder Lies,” Irina D. Manta, associate dean for research and faculty development, professor of law, and founding director of the Center for Intellectual Property Law, was interviewed about sexual fraud and lies on online dating apps on several international news media programs:
• on the British TV Channel 4 News for a report that first aired on Nov. 19 titled “Lawyers Call for Tougher Rules for Online Dating”; view to the report on the Channel 4 News website.
• on the Irish RTÉ Radio 1 news program Drivetime for a report that first aired on Nov. 19; listen to the report on the RTÉ Radio 1 website (requires the Adobe Flash Player).
• on the Canadian CBC Radio news program As It Happens, which is also streamed to over 100 U.S. radio stations, for a report that first aired on Nov. 20 titled “Lying on Tinder: Why This Prof Wants to Make It Illegal to Dupe People Into Sex Online”; listen to the report on the CBC Radio website. Professor Manta was also referenced in a follow-up story on As It Happens that aired on Nov. 21 titled “After Being Deceived on Tinder, This UK Woman Wants a Crackdown on Fake Profiles”; listen to the report on the CBC Radio website.