Dating Apps

data privacy

Shady Data Brokers Are Selling Online Dating Profiles by the Millions

Tactical Tech and artist Joana Moll bought one million dating profiles for $153.
Samantha Cole
11.12.18
Gaming

Chinese Developer Sees Untapped Market in Gay Gamers

As China becomes more accepting of the gay community, games start aiming for the 'pink dollar.'
Jamie Fullerton
1.16.17
Canada

Polygamists Are Using An App to Find Their ‘Second Wife’

The service lets men seek out multiple wives—but not the other way round.
Samar Warsi
9.13.16
Tinder

Dating While Black: The Privacy Risks and Rewards of Niche Dating Apps

Bae is a dating app geared toward young black professionals. But privacy is a big part of their model too.
Paul Spencer
9.1.16
The Hacks We Can't See

Tinder Social Lets You Stalk Your Friends’ Dating Habits

Tinder just got creepier.
Jordan Pearson
7.25.16
News

Research Confirms Dating Apps Are a Sad Game

It's not your fault.
Jordan Pearson
7.15.16
Tinder

Against Long Odds, 3nder Digs in for Legal Battle with Tinder

With a trademark suit looming, 3nder insists it’s not going anywhere.
Gabe Stutman
5.25.16
Social Media

This Developer Used His Tinder Matches to Get Feedback on His App

It was a pretty ballsy move, but one that worked surprisingly well.
Rachel Pick
12.16.15
News

Tantan, the Tinder of China, Has a Basic Security Flaw

The app sends sensitive user data in plain text, a major violation of good security practices.
Joseph Cox
11.17.15
Chicago

3nder Is Tapping into Millennials' Open-Mindedness About Sex

The app is growing fast and just got a $500,000 investment.
Gabe Stutman
10.28.15
Tinder

I Tried to Find a Tinder Date in North Korea

#LonelyinPyongyang.
Joseph Cox
8.12.15
Motherboard Blog

Wingman Is the Mile-High Tinder

A new app to see who's looking to meet up mid-flight.
Daniel Stuckey
2.15.14