Class Action

Match Group’s Dating Apps and Websites

Class Action

Match Group’s Dating Apps and Websites


Case Name (Date)

Baker et al. v. Match Group, Inc. et al.
23-cv-2761, N.D. Tex.
(2022)


Product/Service

Match Group’s dating apps and websites, including Match.com, OkCupid, Hinge, PlentyofFish, OurTime, Tinder, and others


Allegations

Requiring consumers to upload photos to create an account without adequately disclosing why and how long the companies were collecting, storing, and using biometric data, such as facial geometry scans


Status

Pending



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