NEWS.COM.AU - Oct 13 - Australian women have claimed sexual predators and abusers are exploiting Tinder to find their victims, then using the app's design features to disappear without a trace. Match Group has also been accused of largely ignoring victims when they come for help, according to an ABC investigation. On Tinder, unmatching is supposed to give people a way to ghost on someone who is being annoying or making them uncomfortable, but US dating app industry consultant Steve Dean says unmatching meant "someone can simply escape their bad behaviour by blocking the person they just abused".
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Mark Brooks: There's some opportunities for the industry to improve. One thing I'd like to see is that we standardize on fast-track police contact info. i.e. everyone should set up firstname.lastname@example.org etc.