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However, the state could try to collect data on specific individuals considered a threat, such as members of the opposition, in an attempt to blackmail them, especially if a person has non-conventional sexual preferences, she said.Tinder is the most downloaded dating app in the world, according to the mobile market data provider App Annie, and it has a big presence in Russia.Russian regulators have ordered the popular dating app Tinder to comply with the country's new Internet data laws, raising concerns that the country's security services could get access to citizens' intimate exchanges.Roskomnadzor added Tinder on May 31 to the list of "information disseminators" -- which includes websites, apps, and messenger services -- that must store local users data on servers inside the country.

Yandex, VKontakte, and Mail.ru, Russia's leading Internet companies, are also on the list.At dinner Bumble’s founder stands to introduce herself.“I was 22 years old when we started Tinder, and it took off like a rocket ship,” she says, the emerald beads on her long Naeem Khan skirt shimmying as she turns to face different pockets of guests.“We don’t have time to meet people.”Wolfe Herd’s eyes widen, delighted. on a December night, and she has just changed out of the floor-length beaded Indian gown that she wore to Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’s Delhi wedding reception (the last of five days of Chopra-Jonas festivities), the Bumble CEO and founder doesn’t seem remotely tired.It is mid-morning in Austin, Texas, where the company has its headquarters, and there’s work to be done.

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