Finding love on the internet is complicated enough, it would sure be nice to know that you don't have to worry about ending up on an awkward coffee date with a registered sex offender. Now, thankfully, you're about to have a little more protection in that department. Three big dating sites—Match.com, eHarmony, and Spark Networks—have all signed a joint statement saying they'll help guard against "sexual predators, identity theft and financial scams." This was all brought on after a woman in LA was sexually assaulted in 2010 by a man she met on Match.com. Her attacker, Alan Wurtzel, had a history of previous convictions for sexual battery.