Is Tinder surrendering to spam-bots?

With one roll-back and one key new rollout coming, Emmet Ryan is wary of the dating giant's next move

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
6th July, 2017
Pic: Getty

Tinder is big - really, really big. Being big has upsides, not least to the bottom line. The userbase somewhat preaches for you as well, even if some of them don’t particularly like your product. If you are where it’s at, well, people are going to find you.

That’s been a big plus for Tinder for a long time but the dating app has its fair share of headaches. Women using...

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