Cameron Abbot and Max Evans of K&L Gates write:
Dating apps, for many young people, are a fact of life. Meeting someone these days in real-life rather than through a simple swipe right appears to have become the exception, belonging more to any number of 90s teen “romcoms” than it does to real life.
According to an article by Reuters however, in recent times such dating apps like Grindr and OkCupid have been the subject of a complaint by a Norwegian consumer group in relation to a breach of privacy rules as set out in the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, implemented in 2018.
Read more on National Law Review.