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"Such outright discrimination is hurtful and disappointing for a business open to the public in this day and age," Carlson said in a statement.The lawsuit, which is currently being litigated in Los Angeles Superior Court, named Pasadena-based e Inc., Warren and Warren's wife, Marylyn, the company's former vice president, as defendants.Online dating service e Harmony has agreed to create a new Web site — "Compatible Partners" — for gay and lesbian users, the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General announced. Neil Clark Warren in 2000, said the settlement was triggered by a Law Against Discrimination complaint filed by Mc Kinley against the online service on March 14, 2005.
The company, which conducts extensive personality profiling before introducing couples with matching values and interests, denied the allegation.The site and e Harmony will maintain individual matching pools and registration information.As a result, users of the "Compatible Partners" site and e cannot be paired together, the company announced.“I realize that we’re starting from a position that not everyone thinks highly of us.
And I hope people will judge us based on the service that we offer.
In 2000, we started seeing commercials about an internet dating service that helps folks find true love through a “Compatibility Matching System.” It’s patented, and oh-so-scientific.