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The site received some media attention in early 2001, featuring on the front page of the Daily Telegraph on 17 April 2001.

Christian Connection UK on the basis of its Alexa Ranking has frequently achieved the top spot for all the UK based Christian sites compiled by Kesher Search.

The company added its ongoing probe pointed to a fault at an unnamed, external, technology provider.

The firm also confirmed email addresses and user IDs were likely to have been exposed, admitting these could be used to locate other publicly available profiles and photographs, physical descriptions and relationship preferences.

If you were shy, you suddenly felt like you became the most interesting person in the room. They shared detailed personal stories about their life early on.

If you were overweight, you were suddenly the most gorgeous person they had ever met. The purpose was to get you to share information about yourself. They told you stories of impressive performance in business and incredible success in general.

In October 2013 Christian Connection launched sites in Hong Kong and Singapore.

On 18 February 2001 Christian Connection was first featured in the Sunday Telegraph with the headline "Christian dating agency goes online to find perfect partners".

Christian Connection is an online dating service aimed at single Christians in the United Kingdom and Ireland, Australia, United States, Canada, Singapore and Hong Kong.

Christian Connection is owned and operated by Widernet Communications Ltd based in London, UK.

As a leading light of the commentariat in Asia, newsroom consultant and former alumnus of Yahoo, CNBC and Bloomberg, Alan Soon knows a thing or two about the media.

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