Dating Pro digest: Black Shadow blackmails Cyberserve users; Non-standard decisions of dating industry from GDI; Swipe Night proceeds: Tinder’s detective story; China restricts dating apps for personal information.
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Dating industry news digest:
- Black Shadow blackmails Cyberserve users;
- Non-standard decisions of dating industry from GDI;
- Swipe Night proceeds: Tinder’s detective story;
- China restricts dating apps for personal information.
Black Shadow blackmails Cyberserve users
A hacker group calling itself Black Shadow is demanding $ 1 million in exchange for securing user information from the Israeli gay dating app Atraf.
Confidential information from customers of the bus companies Kavim, Dan, the Pegasus travel agency and the Israel Children’s Museum was also threatened. All organizations were served by the Internet company Cyberserve.
The director of the association, Yoram Hakoen, urged users to stop fundraising, as there is no guarantee that in the event of a legally unjustified payment of the ransom, confidentiality will be preserved and no further requirements will follow, and recommended that users notify law enforcement agencies and social networks about cases of blackmail.
Non-standard decisions of dating industry from GDI
The following noteworthy projects have received the Global Dating Insights badge.
The Heart To Heart and Boop platforms invite users to establish relationships through stories in audio format.
One of the main signs of compatibility Lafdre considers the willingness to smile at the same jokes, recommendations are given based on the coincidence of the selected memes.
Ace does not leave users time for long reflections: short videos flash sequentially, it takes a few seconds for a certain one that you like.
Pawmates organizes meetings for dogs and their owners.
Swipe Night proceeds: Tinder’s detective story
Tinder invites users to participate in another adventure in the Swipe Night format.
Now everyone can take part in solving crimes or be outlawed and feel like the main suspect. Players have the opportunity to explore interactive rooms in search of clues and communicate with each other.
The previous plot about the Apocalypse attracted 20 million participants.
China restricts dating apps for personal information
The law on privacy and cybersecurity that has inured provides for a number of restrictions on the processing of data on dating sites.
Now applications can access information about the health, financial situation or location of the client only with his consent.
Independent organizations are authorized to control the work of dating platforms. According to analysts, legislative innovations may limit the ability to analyze data, but protect users from intrusions into their privacy.
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