There’s also the question of how this change could ever happen in the first place.
Does Facebook have no safeguards against replacing an application’s entire codebase, effectively making user bases totally transferable?
Plaintiff Billy Warner alleges in the Tinder class action lawsuit filed March 6 that he was deceived into thinking that the dating-app was free before the company allegedly changed its business model to a subscription based service at the beginning of March.
Warner explains in the class action lawsuit that he downloaded the Tinder app onto his i Phone in 2014.“[Tinder] lets you find people who are within a certain radius of where you are located.
Specifically, Matt was expecting to see photos of a scantily clad Annette Funicello in yesterday's post entitled "Beach Blanket Bingo," and instead found nasty details about human feces and marauding hordes of jellyfish. We're all about the crafty bait and switch here at Cocktail Party Physics, and damned proud of it, too.
(The use of the Jen-Luc "icky" avatar should have been his first clue.) He still fared better than poor Krig, who clicked on a post entitled "Fashionably Late to the Dating Game" and found a newsy item about scientific methods for dating archaeological artifacts, when he had hoped to receive dating advice of some sort. Well, not so much me, but that Jen-Luc Piquant, she's got quite the mischievous streak and is a master of the Titular Tease.
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Unlimited right swiping is “a necessary requirement” given the prevalence of spam users on which likes are often wasted, the lawsuit states.
A class-action lawsuit against Tinder alleges that the online dating app falsely advertises its matching service as “free” when, in reality, users have to pay a monthly fee if they want the freedom to swipe right on their smartphones whenever they see the favorable profile of another user.
This cap on “likes” is new to Tinder, and the lawsuit alleges that requiring users who signed up before it was introduced in March to now pay for unlimited likes for uninterrupted usage is all part of “a widespread and systematic ruse” perpetuated by the popular dating app from the start.
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Speed Date, the online dating site that throws singles in a series of rapid dating sessions, has hijacked over 500,000 users from at least three Facebook applications.