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Grindr is fined $11.7 million under European privacy law.

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Regulators in Norway said Grindr had illegally shared details on users’ sexual orientation and locations with several advertising companies.

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Grindr is fined $11.7 million under European privacy law.

Grindr is fined $11.7 million under European privacy law.

Regulators in Norway said Grindr had illegally shared details on users’ sexual orientation and locations with several advertising companies.

Grindr is fined $11.7 million under European privacy law.

Grindr is fined $11.7 million under European privacy law.

The Norwegian Data Protection Authority said on Monday that it would fine Grindr, the world’s most popular gay dating app, 100 million Norwegian Kroner, or

Grindr could be fined almost €10m for allegedly violating GDPR

Grindr could be fined almost €10m for allegedly violating GDPR

Norwegian’s data protection authority claims that Grindr has shared user data to a number of third parties without legal basis.

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