Members may display and search profiles by synagogue and local Jewish organization affiliations and display more detailed and Jewish-oriented personal information in their profiles than is currently possible on national singles services."Existing on-line Jewish dating services have not maximized the potential reach and impact of online dating services in the DFW Jewish community," Glatzer says.
"These services lack the local membership base and sense of community made possible by a focused, local Web site and coordinated event and marketing efforts with local organizations."The service is accessible online 24/7.
Additionally, Jdate claims it owns the patent on software that “confidentially determines matches and notifies users of mutual matches in feelings and interests.” Jswipe, like Tinder, notifies users when their romantic interest ‘swipes right’ on their picture, violating Jdate’s patent.
In other words, Jdate’s snap legal team managed to secure an intellectual property portfolio broader than the Grand Canyon, with potential copyright infringement claims over countless dating sites, many of which “confidentially” match singles.
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So, why go after Jswipe, specifically, and not the entire online dating scene?
Jdate’s legal brief against Jswipe makes the case that dating sites which brand themselves with the “J-family” of names is violating Jdate’s trademark.
In February 2012, the band released their first single for an upcoming second album, "Jewcan Sam" via music video. Michael Salzhauer, became the subject of much controversy and criticism due to its portrayal of rhinoplasty.
Singles may post profiles, browse other profiles and respond to e-mail contacts from DJS members at no cost.
The membership charge for unlimited ability to initiate contact with other members via e-mail is .95 per month. For more information, please contact Benjamin Glatzer at (214) 693-7803.
When he was told the songs were too niche to be successful, Staiman, as a joke, made a low-budget music video for one of the songs, "Get", hiring a pickup band to play and film school student Farrell Goldsmith to direct.
Released in early 2010, the video became a surprise viral hit and became popular among agunah activists, convincing Staiman to make "The Groggers" an official band shortly afterward.