In a new blog post on Wednesday, Facebook’s Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer wrote, “Starting today, Facebook will need to approve all apps that ask entrance to information such as check-ins, likes, photos, posts, videos, events and groups.” Facebook’s information entrance changes are a response to a Cambridge Analytica scandal, that suggested that a information organisation had collected information from 87 million Facebook users but their consent.
Tinder gives users a choice to record in with Facebook, and sync their Facebook cinema with their dating profile. Facebook is now requiring apps to “agree to despotic mandate before they can entrance this data.”
Tinder tweeted, “A technical emanate is preventing users from logging into Tinder. We apologize for a nuisance and are operative to have everybody swiping again soon. In a matter supposing to the Verge, Facebook said, “This was partial of a changes that we announced today, and we are operative with Tinder to residence this issue.”