PHILSTAR - Nov 26 - Telecommunications giant PLDT denied reports that their customers couldn't access Tinder as the government has ordered the dating app's blocking due to the Anti-Cybercrime Law. Reports on the app's blocking surfaced after online user EJ Serrano tweeted a screenshot of his conversation with a customer service representative of PLDT. He asked the telecommunications firm why he could not access the dating app when using wi-fi at home. A PLDT representative replied that it was due to the Anti-Cybercrime Law that the app is blocked. Ramon Isberto, head of public affairs and corporate communications of PLDT and Smart, said that here is no government order to block access to the app. Serrano later updated his tweet saying PLDT called him and clarified that the government did not block the app. He said the app is blocked by PLDT.