Privacy Policy

Last updated June 14, 2024

Data We Collect

Duolicious collects and stores the information you submit about yourself when you sign up or modify your profile. This includes:

  1. Your email address
  2. Your gender
  3. The preferred gender of your partner
  4. Your first name
  5. Your date of birth
  6. Your location (as specified by you)
  7. Your photos
  8. Your self-summary
  9. Your sexual orientation
  10. Your occupation
  11. Your education
  12. Your height
  13. Your preferred relationship duration (e.g. short-term, long-term, etc)
  14. Your smoking status
  15. Your drinking status
  16. Your relationship status
  17. Whether you have children
  18. Whether you to have children
  19. Your religion
  20. Your star sign

Your email address, gender, preferred partner's gender, first name, date of birth, location, and self-summary are required to sign up. Other information is optional.

We also collect and store your Q&A answers.

We may use cookies to keep you signed in, but we do not use them to track you across the web or to perform analytics.

Data We Do Not Collect

Duolicious does not use cookies to:

  1. Track you on other websites; or
  2. Target ads towards you.

How Your Data Is Used

Duolicious uses the data you provide to:

  1. Create your account
  2. Manage your account
  3. Show your profile to user users
  4. Identify you during requests for support
  5. Recommend you to other users
  6. Recommend other users to you
  7. Understand how users typically use Duolicious so that we can improve our service
  8. Detect and prevent violations of our Terms of Use
  9. Comply with legal requirements

How We Share Data

We may disclose your data to comply with a law enforcement investigation or other legal requirements.

We also share data with service providers who help us operate. Depending on the service provider, the shared data may include:

  1. Account data
  2. Profile data
  3. User support data
  4. Verification selfies

At the time of writing, our service providers include Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, and OpenAI. If you require further details and up-to-date information about the service providers we share your data with, please contact us as

Cross-border Data Transfers

We store your account data in the United States. Our service providers may store your data elsewhere. The sharing of your data with services providers as outlined herein may involve cross-border data transfers to the United States and other countries that might have different laws about data processing.

Deleting Your Account

Deleting your account permanently removes all data associated with your account except for server logs and data stored in the form of backups for the purpose of disaster recovery.

If your account is banned, it is also deleted. However, we retain the minimum amount of data required to enforce the ban.