The Application of Tinder appointments will extend to all countries its function of verification of identity documents, which makes it possible for users to introduce and value their official documentation to increase the safety on the platform.
The verification of Tinder identity documents is an optional function that was already being tested in Japan since 2019, and, according to Tinder, allows users to provide their official identity documents for greater security in dating.
The company is committed to this function to reach all countries during "the upcoming quarters", as reported in a statement, and is committed to working with experts to determine what documents are the most appropriate in each country and adapt to Local regulations.
Tinder has explained that the verification of documents is an option that will "start being voluntary" for users, since it recognizes that it is "complex", but it has highlighted that users can feel safer with her to "give them more confidence in her coincidences are authentic and more control over who interact. "
"We know that in many parts of the world and within traditionally marginalized communities, people can have weight reasons why they can not or do not want to share their real-world identity with an online platform," he has recognized Tracey Breeden, vice president of Safety and Social Defense in Match Group, Tinder Matrix.Date Of Update: 05 September 2021, 08:35