METRO.CO.UK - Jan 27 - Tinder has come up with a photo verification method whereby selected users will be asked to take a selfie that matches a pose shown by a model in a sample image. Tinder advises doing this twice before requesting verification. The photos are then sent to Tinder's community team, which determines whether the account is legitimate or not. If all is as it should be, a blue checkmark will be assigned to the account. Tinder is also working on a tool to weed out potentially offensive messages. The new moves come after a partnership with safety app Noonlight which give daters an easy way to call emergency services.
by Faima Bakar
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