Date: 2017-11-15 16:35
The researchers say they have already sent their findings to the respective apps’ developers. That doesn’t make this any less worrisome, although the researchers explain your best bet is to a) never access a dating app via public Wi-Fi, b) install software that scans your phone for malware, and c) never specify your place of work or similar identifying information inside your dating profile.
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