“On a platform that has facilitated over 11 billion connections, we have the responsibility of constantly assessing our different user experiences,” Tinder’s official statement said.“Consistent with this responsibility, we have decided to discontinue service for under 18 users. This change will take effect next week.” This policy will impact less than 3% of Tinder’s user base.Rosette Pambakian, a Tinder spokeswoman, said the company has been reviewing the policy since early this year.
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In 1997, she graduated from UCLA with a double bachelor's degree in history and art history.
With a loan from her father, Zach Lonstein, chief executive officer of Infocrossing, she started her clothing company in 1998 with the mission to design a clothing line that appealed to different body types.
In the Spring of 2001, Shoshanna launched her swimwear collection, which was the first in the contemporary marketplace to be sold as separates with lingerie inspired sizing, and after the birth of her daughter in 2005, she introduced the Baby Girl line of children's swimwear.
Other dating brands, such as Ok Cupid and Match.com, also enforce an adults-only restriction.
Shoshanna Lonstein was born and raised in Manhattan, New York.
She attended Nightingale-Bamford School for girls in New York City's Upper East Side, graduating in 1993.
She began college at George Washington University in Washington, D. but, in 1994, transferred to the University of California, Los Angeles.
Starting next week, Tinder will discontinue the use of the dating and hookup app for anyone under age 18.
Since Tinder launched in 2012, Tinder users had to be at least 13.
Users age 13 to 17 could only match with others in that group.
Now, users must be at least 18, Tech Crunch reports.