Mozilla report criticises data protection practices of 25 dating apps

26/04/2024 | Mozilla

A recent report by the Mozilla Foundation has identified that most popular dating apps have extremely poor data protection practices. The non-profit organisation reviewed the practices of 25 dating apps and found that they often use personal information for reasons unrelated to love. The report concludes dating apps collect a lot of information about users, which they often fail to keep secure and regularly share. Furthermore, amid a rush to integrate AI, the situation is likely to worsen. 

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