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Now a newly launched Web site may provide Tinder with its latest existential crisis.A new site, Swipe Buster, allows people to see for themselves whether their significant other (or boss, or friend, or ex-flame, or parent) is active on the app. and database are public, making it easily accessible and sortable for anyone with a certain understanding of computer code.In fact, on its most basic level, Swipe Buster most closely harkens back to the Ashley Madison scandal that rocked the online-dating world last summer. I., and if Tinder decides to close it, Swipe Buster will no longer exist, which is his ultimate goal.A group of hackers broke into the site’s database and made the private, deeply personal information of more than 30 million users—including names, addresses, and credit-card numbers—available on certain corners of the so-called “dark Web.” The difference this time, Swipe Buster’s creator said, is that no data was breached or accessed illegally. For someone so focused on online dating, our anonymous architect has no personal experience.“Not only are people oversharing and putting out a lot of information about themselves, but companies are also not doing enough to let people know they’re doing it.”Swipe Buster, he said, was an attempt, albeit perhaps a prurient and sordid one, to use a popular company (Tinder) and a juicy lure (cheating) in order to educate people about how much of their personal data is out there and how easily people can get access to it without hacking or breaking rules. It changed its name and URL on Sunday evening.)He started working on the idea with a programmer and a designer he met in a Facebook group in November.After months of work and thousands of dollars put into the back end, Swipe Buster quietly launched last week.If you want to see who’s on Tinder we recommend saving your money and downloading the app for free.” That, of course, would not provide the instant gratification and easy answers that many people would shell out for faster than they could swipe right. Swipe Buster joins a cluster of anonymous groups that have emerged during the last several years to shed light on gaping privacy holes.The spokeswoman did not indicate whether Tinder would close its A. The people behind the app are no Anonymous, or Wiki Leaks, or Edward Snowden.

Now unconscious, she was stripped naked and the second accused, Ma'lik Richmond, also digitally penetrated the victim's vagina. Three witnesses took the photos back to the second party and shared them with friends.

One survey conducted by Global Web Index found that 42 percent of the users it sampled were in a relationship and 30 percent of them were married (Tinder called these findings “preposterous”, claiming its own survey found just 1.7 percent of its users are married). Though the the service can be spotty—especially when searching for people in larger cities—it passed ’s unscientific test.

In a dozen or so attempts last week Swipe Buster pulled up the specific Tinder users we searched for.

Selling out cheaters for seems like a smart—if somewhat slimy—way to make a buck.

But the man who dreamed up Swipe Buster, a software marketing employee who wishes to remain anonymous, had a different goal in mind.“There is too much data about people that people themselves don’t know is available,” he told me over the phone.

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