Tinder will allow you to track rapists and abuser

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Users themselves will need to find out the name and number of the person they want to check

In order to “bring a potential rapist to clean water,” you only need to know the name and phone number of the person.

Match Group, which owns Tinder, announced an investment in Garbo, a nonprofit that collects open data on rapists and abusers. About it writes The Verge.

“The attachment to Garbo will enable the dating app to run a biography checker,” the message says.

There will be a fee for checking your Tinder data. Match Group and Garbo are currently compiling a price list. It will be possible to find information about a potentially dangerous person by his last name and phone number.

Testing of the function is planned to begin in the coming months.

“Verification can change the way anonymous people feel on a dating app, especially on Tinder, where last name and full bio are constantly ignored,” suggests The Verge.

Users themselves will need to find out the name and number of the person they want to check. Match Group will not share personal information with Garbo.

“An honest person before the law will not hide this information from a potential partner,” says The Verge.

Recall that the grandmother of a lonely Englishman Scott Lefever decided to help his 28-year-old grandson get to know the girl. She created a Tinder profile for him.

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