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Heath Ahrens, co-founder of Dating.ai, declined to tell NBC News exactly how the company is pulling from various dating sites, but said it's all "publicly available information." "The point was to put something together to see how people would use it and whether it was even an interesting idea," Ahrens told NBC News.Since Elite Singles is specifically tailored for singles looking for long-term relationships, only other Premium members can view your photos when you register.This ensures that your profile is only visible to like-minded singles serious about their search for long-term commitment.(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."One of the guys who works here actually sent a link to his friend early on and his friend ran his girlfriend’s picture and found her.
She had forgotten to take her profile down," he said.
"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.
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