(That includes those who are curious to see who they look like of the opposite gender.) A Tinder representative told NBC News they've contacted to say the app is violating their terms.Tinder said it was told will "address the issue." "We take the security and privacy of our users seriously and have tools and systems in place to uphold the integrity of our platform.Other personal details, which were optional entries, such as body type, height, weight, desires, interests, race, preferences, and smoking and drinking habits were also among the leaked information.Now alerted to the issue by the Mac Keeper Security Research Center, C&Z has secured the affected database but continues to deny the mistake.Earlier this year, ‘elite’ dating platform Beautiful also fell foul of a data breach which leaked profile details of over 1.1 million users, including sexual preference, relationship status and income.
That's led to some interesting use cases, Ahrens said.A new app is harnessing artificial intelligence to find the dating profile of just about any face your heart desires.Want to date someone who looks like Chris Hemsworth?"A lot of times you have an idea for an app and then you put it out there and no one cares.We wanted to see if we could we use this technology in dating." Related: And Now, a New Way to Be Judged on Tinder: Your Spotify Playlist The app launched in stealth mode two months ago.The high-profile hacking of cheating site Ashley Madison in 2015, saw attackers taking off with over 25 gigabytes of company data and user information.