Venntro guarantees to act after “critical privacy breaches”
A dating site provider that made users’ profiles visible on websites online containing explicit adult product has away by having a slap regarding the wrist today, following a Competition and areas Authority (CMA) investigation that found “critical privacy breaches”.
Venntro Media Group has over 55 million users across 3,500 sites global. The CMA, which started its research in October 2017, discovered that users’ data ended up being been held in a main database that caused it to be easy for pages become noticeable on web internet web sites that they had perhaps perhaps not opted too.
Senior Director George Lusty at CMA commented while exposing the findings: “We took action against Venntro because we had been concerned people’s pages had been being added to sites without their permission or knowledge.