Match Group, the parent company of Tinder, plans to roll out in-app background checks feature across all platforms in the future.
Later this year, Tinder will allow users to view public data information about potential data using their name or mobile number.
This step is carried out because the security of digital dating users is under control.
“We recognize that companies can play a key role in removing these barriers through technology and real action-based collaboration,” said Tracy Breedon
In a blog post in February, Garbo said, “Research continues to show that there is no link between drug possession and gender-based violence.
“Consumer safety has become an important issue for digital meeting companies as they become increasingly aware of the risks.