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Ignacio , 46 Spain. Volker , 64 Germany, Bad Segeberg. Ramon , 67 United States, Miami. We are physical creatures.
I asked Tinder for my data. It sent me 800 pages of my deepest, darkest secrets
Tinder knows me so well. It knows how often you connect and at which times; the percentage of white men, black men, Asian men you have matched; which kinds of people are interested in you; which words you use the most; how much time people spend on your picture before swiping you, and so on. Personal data is the fuel of the economy.
What will happen if this treasure trove of data gets hacked, is made public or simply bought by another company? I can almost feel the shame I would experience.
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All that data, ripe for the picking
Unfortunately when asked how those matches are personalised using my information, and which kinds of profiles I will be shown as a result, Tinder was less than forthcoming. The trouble is these pages of my most intimate data are actually just the tip of the iceberg.
Eventually, your whole existence will be affected. As a typical millennial constantly glued to my phone, my virtual life has fully merged with my real life.
There is no difference any more. Tinder is how I meet people, so this is my reality. It is a reality that is constantly being shaped by others — but good luck trying to find out how.