LAW360 - Jan 10 - A Tinder user asked a California appellate panel on Wednesday to revive a class action accusing Tinder of discriminating against people ages 30+ by charging them a higher price to use premium features. Allan Candelore accused Tinder of violating California's Unruh Civil Rights Act by treating customers differently based on their age. Tinder charges users age 30+ $19.99 a month for Tinder Plus, while younger users pay $9.99. Tinder's attorney argued that is because young people generally earn less, not to discriminate against an older population. Such a pricing differential has never been found to violate the Unruh Act, he said. The 55-minute arguments on Wednesday dove into where to draw the line for exemptions to the Unruh Act; comparisons between Tinder's pricing and senior citizen or child discounts.