On the advice of Islamic clerics, a popular Iranian dating site has been banned for "promoting prostitution." Hamsarchat.com was marketed as a "spouse-finding website" and asked users to describe how they feel about wearing the hijab and whether they are seeking permanent marriage, Islamic temporary marriage, or "unknown". According to the fundamentalist website Raja News, the ban was issued because the site posted clients' pictures and email addresses. Hamsarchat.com was also fined and ordered to pay back money collected from clients. [The Guardian]