The data released by cyberthieves included users’ names, sexual preferences, birthdates, addresses, marital status and other intimate information, according to UK news agency Channel 4, which broke the story.
According to CNN Money, the hack occurred in March and was actually discovered by an IT security consultant.
The move comes after it was found crimes associated with online dating have risen by 450 per cent in the past five years.
Every photo that is uploaded onto the website is pushed through a filter that detects face and nudity.
It then scores the picture and will reject if it detects a certain level of nudity.
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