Tinder’s Horny Streaming Series for Gen Z Exposes Your Terrible Soul

Gather ’round, fellow olds. Let’s explore the future of match-matching for a new generation of singles. Read More >>

Is Tinder About to Become the Horniest Streaming Service?

Tinder is reportedly getting into the streaming game with its sights on helping pair you up with prospective dates. Read More >>

Tinder Is Rolling out a New Safety Feature to Keep LGBTQ Users Safe in Countries Where They’re at Risk

The new Traveller Alert feature will appear when users open the app in one of the 70 countries worldwide whose laws criminalise homosexuality. Read More >>

The Russian Government Now Requires Tinder to Hand Over People’s Sexts

Tinder users in Russia may now have to decide whether the perks of dating apps outweigh a disconcerting invasion of privacy. Russian authorities are now requiring that the dating app hand over a wealth of intimate user data, including private messages, if and when it asks for them. Read More >>

William Hill Removes its Tinder Ad for the Wild Suggestion That Money Helps You Get Dates

William Hill has removed its Tinder advert that all but shouts from the rooftops that users will get laid if they bring in the moolah from some well-placed bets, after the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) told the company that it couldn't keep it up. Read More >>

Tinder Announces New ‘Festival Mode’

Person-matching swipe-simulator Tinder has launched a mode specifically for festivals. Read More >>

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Tinder, Grindr, and Other Dating Services Failed to Protect Children from Sexual Exploitation

Dating apps including Tinder and Grindr have failed to prevent child sexual exploitation on their platforms, in part due to weak age verification measures, according to a new report by the Sunday Times. Read More >>

Tinder and Its Owner Match Group Had a Very, Very Horny 2018

Unstoppable online dating giant Match Group, a subsidiary of holding company InterActiveCorp, has acquired so many dating sites that some critics have wondered why it isn’t facing antitrust concerns. But the prize jewel in its empire is the Tinder app, which last year added 1.2 million subscribers and pulled in nearly as much money as its other subsidiaries including Match.com and OkCupid combined, according to Q4 2018 earnings reports released Wednesday. Read More >>

Former Cop in Australia Jailed for Using Police Databases to Look Up Tinder Dates

An ex-cop in Western Australia has been jailed for six months for using police databases to snoop on the records of dozens of women he’d encountered on dating sites like Tinder and PlentyOfFish, Australia’s ABC News reported on Friday. Read More >>

Tinder Settles for £13 Million After Making American Users 30 and Older Pay Double

Tinder is supposed to dish out $17.25 million (£13.1 million) worth of cash and in-app features to US users over the age of 29 who were required to pay extra for their subscription services. Read More >>

69-Year-Old Troll Loses Case to Make Himself 20 Years Younger

Emile Ratelband, a 69-year-old man who has insisted he should be allowed to legally change his age to make himself 20 years younger, finally had his day in court. As of Monday, 3 December 2018, he is still legally 69 years old, and time will continue to have its way with him, just as it does for all of us. Read More >>

69-Year-Old Sues to Legally Change His Age to 49, Citing Tinder Benefits

A motivational guru from the Netherlands, who voiced a villainous Zaporozhets supermini in the Dutch-language version of Pixar’s Cars 2, is trying to legally change his birthday so he will face less discrimination, including from potential online romantic prospects. Read More >>

Woman Tricks Dozens of Men on Tinder Into Showing Up for Mass Dating Stunt

A woman identified as Natasha Aponte used Tinder to invite several dozen guys on a simultaneous date in New York City this past Sunday afternoon, leaving her targets bewildered by the stunt. The date turned out to be an event that the host described as “Live Tinder,” a real-life game show of sorts that resembled a cross between The Bachelorette and Catfish. In the end, it’s hard to pick a winner here, but it’s looking good for Natasha. Read More >>

Tinder Executives Sue Dating App’s Owners for Allegedly Cheating Them Out of Billions 

Ten former and current Tinder executives, including some of its founders, filed a lawsuit against the dating app’s owners IAC and Match Group on Tuesday, accusing them of scheming to intentionally lower Tinder’s valuation and cheat employees out of billions of dollars. Read More >>

Having Allegedly Failed to Gobble Up Bumble, Dating Giant Match Group Buys Rival App Hinge

Tinder’s parent company Match Group, the online dating conglomerate that owns a number of dating sites including OKCupid and Match.com, has acquired rival service Hinge. Per the Verge, that leaves women-centric Bumble as the “only notable dating app” outside Match’s control, though not for lack of trying. Read More >>