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90% of millennials don't trust Tinder to keep their data safe

Snapchat and Uber also voted as apps millenials least trusted with their data

Published 21/08/2015 | 13:09

Outdoor portrait of pretty student girl taking a selfie.
Outdoor portrait of pretty student girl taking a selfie.

Over 90 per cent of millenials voted Tinder as the company they trusted the least to keep their data safe, followed by LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Uber and Snapchat, according to a new survey by Irish firm Trustev.

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Roughly 90% of millennials surveyed said they do not trust Tinder to keep their data safe and private.

When asked which companies they trust to keep their data safe and secure, millennials ranked their bank first, followed by Amazon (80%), Google (71%), Apple (66%) and Microsoft (63%).

Millennials more embarrassed by bank statements than private selfies

They voted Tinder, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Uber and Snapchat as the companies they least trusted.

 With over 50 million reported active users, it seems that most people on Tinder value an easy way to make new connections over keeping their data safe and secure.

Trustev surveyed 593 people between 18 and 34. 

Trustev is an Irish online identity verification and payment fraud prevention company.

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