ABC - Oct 19 - Match Group will change a number of its safety policies following the release of a Four Corners and triple j Hack investigation last week. Match Group said it has updated reporting functions within their apps so that users receive a response and are directed to support services. The company did not say if they have overhauled Tinder's problematic unmatch function, despite the investigation revealing that predators are using the tool to erase evidence and avoid accountability. Match Group assured users that the company is able to retrieve messages if an abusive user unmatches their victim. Just before the triple j Hack and Four Corners investigation was due to be aired, Match Group appointed a former police investigator who focused on sexual assault - Tracey Breeden - as the company's Head of Safety to review the company's policies.