Facebook’s New Dating Feature Is Already Under Scrutiny (Bloomberg)

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The Nordea funds that blacklisted Facebook Inc. for privacy risks are now questioning the social media giant’s decision to expand into a dating service that will rely on highly sensitive personal information being shared.

“Facebook needs 3 years to fix the data and privacy issues, but just found time to launch a dating feature and take on Tinder,” Sasja Beslik, head of sustainable investing at Nordea Asset Management, wrote on Twitter.

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