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The New York State Attorney General’s Office conducted an investigation that confirmed that senior management had been told about the vulnerability – in fact, two vulnerabilities – back in February 2018.Unfortunately, spilling highly personal data is more or less par for the course with mobile apps, including the often extremely sensitive personal data collected by, and shared via, dating apps.Besides Jack’d, Grindr is an example: as of September 2018, the premium gay dating app was exposing the precise location of its more than 3.6 million active users, in addition to their body types, sexual preferences, relationship status, and HIV status, after five years of controversy over the app’s oversharing.The Office of New York Attorney General Letitia James on Friday announced the settlement, handed down for: Although the company represented to users that it had security measures in place to safeguard users’ information, and that certain photos would be marked ‘private,’ the company failed to implement reasonable protections to keep those photos private, and continued to leave security vulnerabilities unfixed for a year after being alerted to the problem.The Attorney General office’s release said that Jack’d – a dating app that claims to have hundreds of thousands of active users worldwide and which markets itself as a tool to help men in the LGBTQIA community to hook up and date – “explicitly and implicitly” assures users that its private pictures feature can be used to exchange nude images securely and privately.

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