Norway consumer body reports Tinder over data use

Thursday 3 March 2016 | 13:15 CET | News
The Norwegian consumer council is reporting dating application Tinder to the consumer arbitrator over the sites demand for the right to use its customers' data however it wants in perpetuity. So says a report on newspaper Dagens Naeringsliv's website. Finn Myrstad, section director at the council (Forbrukerradet) told a news conference that Tinder lacks respect for its own users and is also clearly breaching national and European laws.

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Companies: Tinder
Countries: Norway
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