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Tinder crashes after Facebook implements new data policy

06 April 2018

Once you tap "Continue" in the Facebook app, you're taken back to the Tinder app, where you will either see a loading "Logging In" icon or an error. If users tap "Ask me", which is the only given option, the app requests they log into Facebook once more and the loop starts again. Videos could boost the users' appeal and make them more interesting to potential suitors, which in turn, would mean good business for Tinder. It also uses your Facebook friends to remove any Tinder users with whom you're clearly already acquainted.

The partnership says it will create unique experiences for Tinder users and football fans "from exclusive access to games, to once-in-a-lifetime experiences, events at the stadium and unique ways to engage with fans".

Facebook's CTO announced a slew of new privacy measures on Wednesday afternoon as a response to the ongoing criticism the social media company has faced regarding its handling of user data.

Facebook confirmed in an email that it was trying to fix the problem.

We reached out to Tinder and Facebook alike in hopes of shedding some light on this issue and will keep up with any updates.

Manchester City's 3-0 defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday was far from their "perfect match", but they claim to have found it in a commercial partnership with Tinder.

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Stoke were more free-flowing in attack but Calum Chambers and Shkodran Mustafi were always present to deal with their threat. Aubameyang was denied by a good block by Butland moments before the award of the game-deciding penalty in the 75th minute.

Other dating apps that also use Facebook appeared to be unaffected.

Facebook estimates that the data of no less than 87 million people was obtained by Cambridge Analytica in what's become quite the scandal.

Loops will first be tested for iOS users in Canada and Sweden, and it will progressively move into more countries.

Among the changes, he said that Facebook will no longer allow apps to ask for access to personal information such as religious or political views, relationship status and details or education and work history.

A pop-up window said "Tinder requires you to provide additional Facebook permissions in order to create or use a Tinder account".

The dating app isn't the first to experiment with video.

Tinder crashes after Facebook implements new data policy