A new report details the most dangerous—and safest—places for gay travelers. According to the report, a few factors, such as adoption recognition and worker protections, may not affect travelers directly but are a good indication of overall attitudes within the culture. A view of the Lagos skyline in Nigeria, which was named the most dangerous place in the world for There, people can be put in prison for up to 14 years just for being gay, and some states even have the death penalty under Sharia law. Same-sex marriage has been legal there since , and the country has more Pride festivals per capita than anywhere else in the world. In almost all cases, the laws outlawing consensual gay sex were put into place under British rule and were left in place following independence.
Grindr faces $11.7 million fine from Norway regulators for alleged data sharing
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Want to meet eligible single gay men who share your zest for life in Norway? You can find information about it on this page. Many people would say, go to gay bars or night clubs. You may find many gays there; it is never assured you will speak to them, or they will.
Norway to fine dating app Grindr $11.7M over privacy breach
A new guide from Mozilla , the free software community behind Firefox, is shedding light on how dating apps and sex toys use your personal information — and some of the findings are, um, decidedly unsexy. Among the queer dating apps included in the guide, Lex — a text-based, personal ad-style dating app for lesbians, queer women, and trans and gender non-conforming people — emerged as the safest and most secure of the bunch. And the least secure queer dating app?
The Associated Press Staff. A woman checks the Grindr app on her mobile phone in Beirut, Lebanon, on May 29, The Data Protection Authority took action following a complaint by the Norwegian Consumer Council alleging personal data was shared unlawfully for marketing purposes.