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When smart devices pass secrets to the police Company plays down possible danger The company said it had no indication that users had been located or harmed.
"To protect our users' data, we use a variety of technical and organizational measures," it said.
Nearly 6 million people have downloaded the app, according to Lovoo.
Private voice commands told to Amazon's virtual assistants are being transcribed by agency workers, a newspaper reports.
Lovoo has a radar function that allows users to see who is in the vicinity.
When combined with other information such as gender, sexual orientation and pictures available on the app, it would enable a person to accurately track the location of users, Bayerischer Rundfunk said.
Wenzel countered that most women don’t go for the body-builder type. Wenzel said that would attract women interested only in money.
Then he moved on to sex.“Men and women have sex all the time - on the first, second or third date, that’s normal.” Wenzel said.Public broadcaster Bayerischer Rundfunk reported that a team of journalists was able to determine the location of users to within 30 to 50 meters (98 to 164 feet) using a simple geometric measurement method.The report has prompted concerns for users' safety and fears that the app could be used by stalkers.The latest issue caps a year of embarrassing privacy breaches for the social media giant. () The social network has said it "failed" its users after sharing data with advertisers without permission.The company says it has launched an investigation into who may have been impacted.