BUMBLE - June 14 - When Whitney Wolfe Herd founded Bumble back in 2014, safety was central to her mission. After learning one in three women using Bumble had received non-consensual lewd photos, Bumble introduced proprietary technology that automatically detects and blurs nude images. Bumble has been working with legislators at the state level to create penalties for sending unsolicited lewd photos. Now, the sharing of a lewd photo online without the recipient's consent in Texas is a Class C misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to $500. This year, Bumble has worked with legislators to introduce additional state-level bills in both California and New York.