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Hacking and art mixed on Friday in a freshly-launched dating website that lets visitors seek mates by sifting through profile pictures mined from Facebook.
boasted Facebook pictures of about 250,000 people searchable in categories that included nationality, gender, funny, smug, and "climber." The creators of the online "dating agency" were identified at the website as artists Paolo Cirio and Alessandro Ludovic.
"Immersing ourselves in the resulting database was a hallucinatory experience as we dove into hundreds of thousands of profile pictures and found ourselves intoxicated by the endless smiles, gazes and often leering expressions," the artists said.
"So we established a new website (lovely-faces.com) giving them justice and granting them the possibility of soon being face to face with anybody who is attracted by their facial expression and related data." Facebook frowned on lovely-faces, saying that "scraping" or mining information violates the terms of service at the world's leading online social network.