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Grindr, maker of a popular dating app, may face a 100-million-krone ($12m) privacy fine from Norwegian regulators for not giving users enough control over their data.

Grindr users were required to accept the full privacy policy to use the free version of the app and weren’t asked specifically about sharing data with third parties, the country’s Data Protection Authority said on Tuesday, citing preliminary conclusions. The proposed fine would be 10% of the company’s revenue...

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