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“You guys should just close up now,” read one of the few comments in an online chat forum under the Grindr post at Tumblr.“No one cares about your efforts or industry standards.It has been reported that data analysis conducted by an outside research firm shows that popular gay dating app, Grindr, has been sharing its users’ HIV status with two other companies. Evgeny Chereshnev, CEO and Founder at “All practices where a company has access to confidential information such as HIV status, sexual orientation or even information on deadly allergies, should be illegal to share with other parties.Additional reports from late yesterday say that Grindr has said that it will stop sharing this information. This type of highly personal information is like gold to hackers and can be used for blackmail, extortion or manipulation, where a lot of damage could be done to a person’s life.
Who owns it and what needs to be co-owned by third parties for self to coexist in the society that we live in?
Discovery of data sharing Norwegian nonprofit research group SINTEF uncovered the data sharing, and concern spread in the US after Buzzfeed reported the findings.
“Grindr has never, nor will we ever sell personally identifiable user information – especially information regarding HIV status or last test date – to third parties or advertisers,” Chen said.
The West Hollywood company's policy change came after a Buzz Feed report Monday that said personal data was being passed to two outside vendors hired by Grindr to test the performance of its app.
You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. GAY DATING APP Grindr has come under fire today for sharing information about users’ HIV status or locations with two companies enlisted to optimise its software.