Not everyone minds their manners on dating apps, a new survey suggests, as dating app giant Tinder announces the use of machine-learning technology to minimize instances of harassment.

WASHINGTON, D.C., February 5, 2020 — Nearly three-fourths of dating app users (72%) have blocked another user at least once in the past six months, according to new survey data from The Manifest, a business news and how-to website. Nearly half of dating apps users (60%) have taken it a step further by reporting a user directly to the platform, suggesting inappropriate or explicit behavior.

Dating apps give people the opportunity to meet those outside of their usual network. Sometimes, however, people misuse the platform dating apps offer, making it necessary for other users to block or report inappropriate behavior. …


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