How Indian escorts helped make the internet a safer place
India’s popular mobile apps are having an effect on the way people see and interact with the internet, but it seems there are some risks attached.
According to a recent survey by app-maker app-store portal Appex, nearly a third of users said they would use an app to find escort services if it could save their life.
The study surveyed 1,100 users of app-based escorts in the Indian app market, and found that 34 percent of those surveyed said they have used an escort app in the past year.
Appex also found that 24 percent of respondents said they had used an app in an attempt to get an escort.
The app’s survey was conducted by Ipsos-Reid for the India app market.
According to the report, the survey asked respondents to report whether they had ever used an escorts app in their past year, and whether they have been the target of an escort or escort-related threat.
A total of 1,061 Indian app users answered the survey, which found that 54 percent of them had used a mobile escort app, and 30 percent of these apps were used for “sexual services.”
The survey also found 43 percent of users have used escort services at least once in the last year, but the majority of them said that they had never been the victim of a crime.
A spokesperson for Appex said the company was not responsible for the content of the app users’ answers, and that the app would not be publishing any information about the survey.
According of the survey’s results, over a third (36 percent) of respondents had used the app for “sex” while 41 percent had used it for “relationships.”
The app also reported that 18 percent of the respondents had paid for an escort in the previous 12 months, and 17 percent of people who paid for a escort in past 12 months reported that they were victims of a hate crime.
The survey also showed that the majority (54 percent) had paid at least one time for an escort in the preceding year, with 24 percent paying for an additional escort in previous 12-month period.
About a quarter (26 percent) said they paid an escort fee in the prior year, while 12 percent said they did not have an escorting app.
The report also showed 26 percent of app users had used apps to track and report their escorts’ whereabouts.
However, there were also a few other interesting results of the study.
The survey found that the vast majority (95 percent) respondents said that the apps used by the app owners had been used for the purpose of “possession, sexual or transactional purposes.”
According to the survey respondents, the apps had been specifically designed for this purpose.
Another question asked respondents if they were interested in escorts who have been “harrassed” by their customers.
About half of the users said yes, with 17 percent saying they were not interested in an escort if she had been “harassed” by a customer.
The majority of app owners were also more likely to report that the escort had been harassed by her customers than the users of the apps who did not report harassment by their users.
The study also asked users if they had been the victims of “unwanted sexual touching.”
The vast majority of respondents (90 percent) responded that they did, with 13 percent of women and 9 percent of men saying they had.
About 10 percent of Indian app owners said they were unaware of the prevalence of unwanted sexual touching in the app ecosystem.
The report also found the app operators were most likely to use the apps to find the escorts with whom they were in a relationship, as they were most popular in these relationships.
In fact, the most popular app was MCallen, which was used by about half of app buyers in the survey to find their escort.
However, app-makers are not required to report to app-developers whether or not they are looking for escorts to work with in a given relationship.
This may explain why Indian app-users reported that MCallan users were more likely than their app-owners to be the target for unwanted sexual touches.MCallen app-owners were also less likely to be victims of sexual harassment than the app-purchasers surveyed, and were also far less likely than the average user to report unwanted sexual touch.