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.He is a newlywed who said he has never been cheated on.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.
But in high school, he said he was always the guy people would share their secrets with, and he often heard about his classmates’s infidelities.
“It struck me that there were so many people not knowing what was going on with the person they care most about. While he said the service helps those in a relationship figure out if their partner is “up to no good” on Tinder, his sights are set far beyond the dating app.
They had been married for two years and have a son, 3-year-old Maceo, together.
She also has a daughter, 9-year-old Nahla, with her ex-boyfriend Gabriel Aubry. During this time, she said she learned how to be alone.
Swipe Buster subsequently retrieves the data from Tinder’s application programming interface, or A. I., which holds all of this information about its users. Tinder has long been plagued by murmurs that it facilitated cheating.
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.While it’s true that users of the popular dating app have made more than 10 billion matches since it launched in 2012, Tinder has also been blamed for the demise of romance and the rise of a commitment-phobic generation, leading one young woman to complain to contributing editor Nancy Jo Sales about a “dating apocalypse.” Tinder’s twenty-something founders have perhaps exacerbated this narrative by repeatedly stepping in it themselves, including settling a sexual-harassment lawsuit that played out in the press.Now a newly launched Web site may provide Tinder with its latest existential crisis.You can follow her on Instagram (@blackw00d) and Twitter (@emztweetz).After her split with her model boyfriend and the father of her daughter Nahla, Gabriel Aubrey, Halle started dating French actor Olivier, and the two married in a fairytale wedding at a French chateau in 2013.For those who follow Halle's love life religiously — because we just want to make sure our girl is happy — you'll remember that she left us hanging a few months ago when she said she was taking a break from dating.