By Hugh SchofieldBBC Information, Paris
An on-line site that is dating targets hitched people will be accused of breaking regulations. A court in France must now determine perhaps the business is illegally motivating partners to cheat.
Will it be permitted for a dating site to market adultery, whenever fidelity in wedding is written into French law that is civil?
That’s the concern underlying a law-suit focusing on the French business Gleeden, which boasts it is the planet’s leading “extra-conjugal site conceived for married ladies”.
Angered by Gleeden’s provocative marketing from the trains and buses system, the Association of Catholic Families (ACF) has filed a civil situation contesting your website’s legality.