TECH CRUNCH - Nov 10 - Bumble is changing how its "unmatch" feature works in an effort to better prioritize user safety. The change will make it more difficult for a harasser to use the app's unmatch feature in order to avoid having their conversation reported to Bumble's safety team. Before, when either side of a match opted to unmatch the other, the conversation simply would disappear. This, however, could be used by a bad actor to leave a conversation before the victim of their harassment had a chance to report them. The change follows a high-profile story about the dangers with using dating apps, specifically Tinder. As a result of the story, Tinder was updating its reporting mechanism to respond to users in-app or on email and direct them to crisis counseling and survivor support. But Tinder hadn't addressed the key issues with the unmatch feature.