Tinder launches significant redesign to its sexual violence reporting system

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Tinder is changing the way it handles reports of sexual violence and harassment with the aim of providing better support for survivors. The dating app worked with U.S. anti-sexual assault organisation RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) to develop the redesign of this trauma-informed reporting process, which aims to give survivors "more agency over what step they want to take next," per a press release from the company. The new changes include significant improvements to the reporting process, improved access to survivor resources, and education for internal teams at Tinder. A new screen has been introduced in the reporting process asking "are you or the person involved in a safe place?" and recommends contacting local authorities if required. It's now easier to report someone you've unmatched from.

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