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Other Rishonim hold that the verse is merely good advice, but not halacha.

LA Shidduch is an organization that is committed to helping observant singles to work through the steps of finding the right match in a timely and productive manner.

Every single individual who works with the LA Shidduch shadchanim is given the resources and support that they need, every step of the way, in order to be set up with worthy matches.

While the LA Shidduch shadchanim work primarily with Persian Jews in the Los Angeles, they have established networks with observant Jews in other cities and communities as well.

(By Rabbi Yair Hoffman for 5tjt.com) It was a story that was broken by Avital Chizhik Goldschmidt of the Forward, but first appeared on a Facebook page called “Frum Girl Problems.” Allegedly, a shidduch oriented entity advertises itself as having over 3000 quality shidduch resumes – but has obtained these resumes without the permission of the singles involved. The article quotes a single woman named Serena – who received an email from the entity that announced that her personal information had been added to a website she had never heard of – she was shocked.

He adds Gneivas Daas, deceiving others; sho’el shelo midaas, borrowing without permission; and the third – a violation of the Gemorah in Yuma 4b that one cannot reveal information unless specifically given permission to do so.

GNEIVAS DAAS The prohibition known as Gneivas Daas means fooling or deceiving others in physical practice.Here, it would mean that the person had thought only the original shadchan would see the resume and now the whole internet is seeing it.The Gemorah in Chullin (94a) cites Shmuel as saying that the prohibition applies to everyone.The examples there show that Gneivas Daas is violated even if there is a non-financial deception.WORSE THAN LYING In regard to the verse of midvar sheker tirchak stay away from a false matter, there is a three way debate as to how we understand this pasuk.Does it apply only to written letters or is an electronic email also included? The Cherem Rabbeinu Gershom not to read someone else’s mail is found in the responsum of the Maharam Mi Rottenberg Vol. It is further cited in the responsum of the Maharam Mintz (Siman 102), the Kol Bo (Siman 116), and the Be’er Ha Golah at the end of chapter 334 of the Yore Deah section of Shulchan Aruch.

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