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A data analysis conducted by an outside research firm, and independently verified by Buzz Feed News, shows that a popular gay dating app is sharing its users’ HIV status with two other companies.
(Update: Late on Monday Grindr said it would stop sharing this information.) (Update: Late on Monday Grindr said it would stop sharing HIV status information with other companies.)The gay hookup app Grindr, which has more than 3.6 million daily active users across the world, has been providing its users’ HIV status to two other companies, Buzz Feed News has learned.
Remember that if you choose to include information in your profile, and make your profile public, that information will also become public.”But the average person may not know or understand what they’ve agreed to in the fine print.
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But the new analysis, confirmed by cybersecurity experts who analyzed SINTEF’s data and independently verified by Buzz Feed News, calls into question how seriously the company takes its users’ privacy.“Grindr is a relatively unique place for openness about HIV status,” James Krellenstein, a member of AIDS advocacy group ACT UP New York, told Buzz Feed News.
That may concern parents of children who download the app, as predators could use the information to find vulnerable targets.
In December, the company launched an online magazine dedicated to cultural issues in the queer community.