Unlike OkCupid, the “pre-beta” Tallygram doesn’t carry ads or use code from tracking companies – at least not yet. And even if it did, it’s not clear Tallygram would suffer from the same technical glitch that caused OkC to insert that data in the URLs it sent back to tracking companies.
Think about that, the next time you are trolling for new friends on Tallygram, with or without benefits.
*For the record, my answers were I’m for it, yes, neither, yes, no, and don’t care.
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