Facebook has temporarily ruined love for Tinder users

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Users were first asked to log in to Facebook and then asked to provide "additional Facebook permissions" to "create fuller profiles, verify authenticity and provide support". Tinder users started highlighting the issue on Twitter while saying that they have been kicked off the dating app even after back-to-back attempts and couldn't log back on.

Tinder tweeted, "A technical issue is preventing users from logging into Tinder". The adjustments are created to limit the information apps can gather from users following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, which Facebook now says affected 87 million users, up from the "approximately" 270,000 initially reported by the social media giant in March.

Today, Facebook made a series of changes to the kinds of data third-party apps can collect from the social network.

Update: Tinder has confirmed that the service is now back up and running - so you can get back to swiping frivolously and happily.

This is not the first time Tinder has added a new, important update this year, as recently, their privacy policies have been changed and a new "Ladies first" choice has also been added, meaning women have the right to choose whether they message first or not.

Manchester City's 3-0 defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday was far from their "perfect match", but they claim to have found it in a commercial partnership with Tinder. While this helped individuals find friends, Facebook said businesses that had phone or email information on customers were able to collect profile information this way. For example, Facebook has said it will remove developers' access to people's data if the person has not used the app in three months.

When tapping "Ask Me" - the only provided option - the app requests that the user logs into Facebook again, which restarts the same error loop.

Other dating apps that also use Facebook appeared to be unaffected. So now that Facebook is tweaking the way in which it works with these independent apps, things are getting a bit hairy.

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