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Tinder, Hinge and other dating apps encourage 'compulsive' use, lawsuit claims

  • A proposed class-action lawsuit claims that dating apps Tinder, Hinge, and The League are designed by Match Group to addict users and prioritize profit over relationships.
  • The lawsuit alleges that Match's business model depends on generating returns through addiction to expensive subscriptions and perpetual use of their platforms.
  • This lawsuit comes as tech companies face increasing scrutiny over addictive features that harm mental health, with Meta Platforms also facing a similar suit.
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