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Australia orders dating apps to clean up act as 3 in 4 users face sexual violence

  • The Australian government is calling for online dating companies like Tinder and Bumble to improve safety standards or face legislation.
  • The government wants these companies to develop a code of conduct to address user safety concerns, including engagement with law enforcement and supporting at-risk users.
  • Research has shown that a significant number of dating app users have experienced sexual violence, prompting the government to take action to address harassment and violence facilitated by these platforms.
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