We only collaborate and engage with partners who we trust and who meet our ethical chart.

They structure and legitimize the Dating Privacy project and amplify its results to establish it in the long term.

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Global nonprofit focused on data protection, PersonalData.IO encourages collaborative dynamics between the general public and civil society in all of its diversity (activists, researchers, educators, etc).

It helped our collective to emerge by gathering us and helped us to think together. Its wiki platform provided us with the structure we needed to start working on dating app data (giving us access to store, manage and access structured data).

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MyData Vaud

MyData is a global movement encouraging individual empowerment around personal data. Its local chapters in French-speaking Switzerland are based in Geneva and Vaud. Thanks to its extensive network, MyData Vaud helps Dating Privacy to find relevant partners and promote its events.

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HestiaLabs is a common good project. The core of HestiaLabs’ activities is to support data collectives in their governance, their goal setting and mostly in their infrastructure.

HestiaLabs helps Dating Privacy with the hard work of analysing the data collected and turning it into actionable insights.

Mediacom EPFL, CC BY-SA 4.0

Academic partners

Dating privacy would be delighted to team up with an academic partner or partners. Their expertise and legitimacy on these topics would enhance the value of this knowledge and give it the scientific resonance it deserves.

Kasa Fue, CC BY-SA 4.0

Media partners

Help your audience connect the dots and play your role as the fourth estate by covering our efforts of dating app privacy risks and better practices.