als beim Dating am Computer und sogar 28 Prozent kommunizieren öfter mit Leuten, die sie gerne daten würden oder dann tatsächlich daten. Most of these lies were about relationships or not starting relationships rather than lying to hook up, said Hancock. Hancock calls these deceptions butler lies, a term he coined in 2009 with others to describe lies that tactfully initiate or terminate conversations. Mobile dating app users use deception as a polite way to conceal unwanted social interactions, a new Stanford study finds. Stanford Social Media Lab founded by Hancock, conducted several studies that examined deception in mobile dating conversations.