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"These apps also share location-based information and can be used as platforms for grooming and abuse." The researchers found an increasingly relaxed attitude from parents toward the risks posed online despite the fact that the number of children being bullied on the internet has doubled this year - 35% reported that they have experienced cyber-bullying compared with 16% last year.Four in 10 said they had witnessed others being picked on online - almost double the 22% recorded last year.
Users are shown other subscribers close to their location and must give a positive reaction to them in the form of a tick, and receive one back in order to start communicating.Because credit cards are normally age-restricted, paid dating services are fairly effective at keeping out underage users – but lots of dating sites and apps are free and don’t have such robust checks. Tinder was one of them until recently, with 7% of its users aged between 13 and 17 (outnumbering 35 to 44-year-olds).Tinder is officially 18 now, but as most parents are well aware, age limits aren't foolproof.It’s safest for under 18s to avoid online dating, but if you do discover that your teen uses Tinder, here are some things for you (and your child) to keep in mind: 1.If your child is under 18, signing up will mean lying about their age.