MANNING RIVER TIMES - Tinder has launched a safety campaign amid concerns that "sexual assaults linked to online apps are becoming more frequent". Queensland Police and Tinder launched the joint campaign on Friday, which will see messages appear while users are swiping for potential matches within the app. "Report sexual assault for yourselves and others," one of the messages read. "We're all here for different things. Hook up. Doggos. Friendship. Relationship. Nothing is set in stone," another read.
by Shivé Prema
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