TECH CRUNCH - Sep 22 - Bumble, the female-led dating app, is launching photo verification as a way to rid impersonators from the platform. Users will be assigned one of 100 different selfie poses. They then take a picture of themselves mimicking the pose. The picture will be reviewed by a Bumble team. While Verification won't be mandatory for all users, anyone who has had their profile reported as being potentially fake will have to verify within 7 days of being reported. If they don't verify in this time period their profile will be hidden and they will be temporarily denied access to seeing matches.