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Tinder taps comedian Whitney Cummings to launch ‘Reactions’ | TechCrunch
Following in the footsteps of Facebook and iMessage, Tinder has today introduced Reactions, letting Tinder users send each other custom animated responses.
These reactions include Hearts, Eye Roll, Round of Applause, Martini Throw, etc. This makes it even easier for Tinder users to casually use the app without actually having to work at the conversation.
In January of last year, Tinder introduced Giphy support and bigger emojis. Reactions seem like a natural extension of that, making the already featherweight Tinder experience even more casual and simplified.
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12 days ago by dancall
Every stumble and each misfire - everchanginginks
Stiles taps on the icon to open up the chat. He needs to write something. Anything. But what?

What are you wearing? Eh, no.

So, when the fuck were you going to tell me you’re back in BH? A bit too aggressive.

Does this mean that my attraction to you in high school was mutual, but you held back on account of me basically being a child and you are now open to exploring the intense, overwhelming feelings I held for you, which I only realized I had the moment I thought I watched you die? Maybe too honest.

// Stiles hasn't seen or heard from Derek in ten years. It's a bit of a surprise to find out about Derek's return to Beacon Hills through Tinder. [14,070 words]
teenwolf  derek/stiles  everchanginginks  futurefic  texting  onlinedating  tinder 
16 days ago by cunningplan
The Data Tinder Collects, Saves, and Uses - Schneier on Security
It's not Tinder. Surveillance is the business model of the Internet. Everyone does this.
Tinder  surveillance  privacy  data  review  Schneier  2017  via:inspiral 
16 days ago by Librarysue
The Data Tinder Collects, Saves, and Uses - Schneier on Security
It's not Tinder. Surveillance is the business model of the Internet. Everyone does this.
Tinder  surveillance  privacy  data  review  Schneier  2017 
17 days ago by inspiral
I asked Tinder for my data. It sent me 800 pages of my deepest, darkest secrets | Technology | The Guardian
A July 2017 study revealed that Tinder users are excessively willing to disclose information without realising it

Tinder: ‘You should not expect that your personal information, chats, or other communications will always remain secure.’
privacy  data  tinder 
18 days ago by gdw
I asked Tinder for my data. It sent me 800 pages of my deepest, darkest secrets | Technology | The Guardian
The dating app has 800 pages of information on me, and probably on you too if you are also one of its 50 million users. In March I asked Tinder to grant me access to my personal data. Every European citizen is allowed to do so under EU data protection law, yet very few actually do, according to Tinder.
Privacy  dataprotection  t  tinder  dating 
21 days ago by paulbradshaw
I asked Tinder for my data. It sent me 800 pages of my deepest, darkest secrets • The Guardian
Judith Duportail:
<p>As I flicked through page after page of my data I felt guilty. I was amazed by how much information I was voluntarily disclosing: from locations, interests and jobs, to pictures, music tastes and what I liked to eat. But I quickly realised I wasn’t the only one. A <a href="https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-61542-4_32">July 2017 study revealed Tinder users are excessively willing to disclose information</a> without realising it.

“You are lured into giving away all this information,” says Luke Stark, a digital technology sociologist at Dartmouth University. “Apps such as Tinder are taking advantage of a simple emotional phenomenon; we can’t feel data. This is why seeing everything printed strikes you. We are physical creatures. We need materiality.”

Reading through the 1,700 Tinder messages I’ve sent since 2013, I took a trip into my hopes, fears, sexual preferences and deepest secrets. Tinder knows me so well. It knows the real, inglorious version of me who copy-pasted the same joke to match 567, 568, and 569; who exchanged compulsively with 16 different people simultaneously one New Year’s Day, and then ghosted 16 of them.

“What you are describing is called secondary implicit disclosed information,” explains Alessandro Acquisti, professor of information technology at Carnegie Mellon University. “Tinder knows much more about you when studying your behaviour on the app. It knows how often you connect and at which times; the percentage of white men, black men, Asian men you have matched; which kinds of people are interested in you; which words you use the most; how much time people spend on your picture before swiping you, and so on. Personal data is the fuel of the economy. Consumers’ data is being traded and transacted for the purpose of advertising"…

…The trouble is these 800 pages of my most intimate data are actually just the tip of the iceberg. “Your personal data affects who you see first on Tinder, yes,” says [privacy activist Paul-Olivier] Dehaye. “But also what job offers you have access to on LinkedIn, how much you will pay for insuring your car, which ad you will see in the tube and if you can subscribe to a loan."</p>
privacy  data  business  tinder  advertising 
21 days ago by charlesarthur

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