The Tinder data platform will pay about $ 23 million to about 230,000 people who have filed a decision against the company in the United States to discriminate with a higher price for users of 30 years or over, as opposed to a court. today
The Spanish agency EFE He noticed that the lawsuit in the court of April in court of California has accused Tinder of "discriminatory" against users over 29 years, requiring them twice to subscribe to the Tinder Plus or Tinder Gold services that have some additional benefits regarding the free service.
The company based in West Hollywood (California) justified this price being differentiated by ensuring that adolescents and 20-year-olds have less power purchases and need lower prices to use the service, but the plaintiffs have considered it constituted a matter of discrimination.
With the agreement, each of the 230,000 actors will automatically receive 50 "Super Likes" (a payment option to indicate a lot of interest in a known person on the platform), which would be equivalent to redemption of $ 50. (Télam)