Twitter drops men's dating app from its ad network following breach of GDPR

15/01/2020 | The Guardian

Twitter has suspended male dating app Grindr from advertising on its network after a study by the Norwegian Consumer Council (NCC) claimed it was passing significant amounts of personal data to advertisers without explicit consent from users. 

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