Avani Dias, Ange McCormack and Ali Russell
Bumble will now enable users to hold communications and even report another user whether they have been unmatched
Dating application Bumble has changed its 'unmatch' feature after a Hack and Four Corners investigation uncovered sexual predators are deploying it to erase proof and prevent accountability.
The unmatch function ended up being created to provide dating software users the ability to delete individuals who they feel unsafe conversing with and immediately deletes their talk history.
But the Four Corners and Hack research found a pattern of sex offenders with the function on Tinder to block their victims following a rape to delete any trace of the previous interaction.
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A j that is triple callout discovered the unmatch function has also been getting used by offenders on other popular dating apps like Hinge and Bumble.