Grindr CPO refutes claims made in UK lawsuit, calls GDPR discriminatory

17/05/2024 | The Record

Kelly Peterson Miranda, the Chief Privacy Officer for the LGBTQ+ dating app Grindr, has denied allegations in a UK lawsuit claiming that the company shared users' HIV status with third parties.

In the interview with The Record, Miranda asserted that Grindr's privacy practices are more stringent than those of its competitors and discussed the importance of data minimisation in safeguarding privacy while also claiming that the GDPR is discriminatory.

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