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AIDES, a French HIV-advocacy organization, called for boycotting Grindr in light of the news—but emphasized that sharing HIV status on a dating app before meeting can "allow HIV-positive people to avoid a possible rejection when they announce it verbally," helping to "normalize the perception and image of HIV-positive people." Dan Wohlfeiler, a public health expert who directs the organization Building Healthy Online Communities, said open conversations about HIV are vital—and "apps play a key role in helping those conversations happen." "We also hope that apps help users make informed decisions as to how their data are being kept safe." Natasha Babazadeh, a law fellow at the Electronic Privacy Information Center, emphasized that Grindr must be transparent about how it is using the data or risk losing consumer trust.
"Just as users have begun deleting their Facebook accounts after the Cambridge Analytica controversy, dating app users will similarly delete or extensively restrict their use of such apps," she said in a statement to AFP.
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The CDC recommends that everyone ages 13 to 64 get routine annual HIV testing, adding that sexually active gay and bisexual men could benefit from more frequent tests.
In 24 US states people aware that they are HIV positive are legally mandated to tell partners, according to the health agency.
The West Hollywood, California-based dating app, which claims 3.6 million daily active users globally, confirmed Monday it had been sharing users' personal data—including HIV status—with third party software vendors.
The revelation dovetails with a furor over lax personal data protection at Facebook.