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If the Norwegian consumer ombudsman takes up the case, it may end up telling Tinder to change its terms and conditions or face fines—and if Tinder ignores the ombudsman, the case may end up in court.
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“This is the first one, and the reason we’re doing it is we feel the terms in this service in particular are so bad that we need to take a stand,” Myrstad said.
Myrstad said the Norwegian complaint against Tinder was based on consumer law because it’s “quite a good instrument,” although the case is fundamentally about “privacy principles.” There is plenty of precedent in Europe for consumer organizations attacking companies over data-protection problems in their terms and conditions.