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Users with military or law enforcement backgrounds will be allowed to post photos of themselves carrying firearms while in uniform.“We just want to create a community where people feel at ease, where they do not feel threatened, and we just don’t see guns fitting into that equation,” Ms. The app’s user base has expanded to include a wide range of users, including gun control advocates as well as people who use firearms for recreation and hunting. Herd acknowledged that most gun owners consider themselves to be hobbyists and do not endorse violence.
“If I could police every other social platform in the world, I would.”Bumble’s policy is likely to meet with “significant backlash” from certain users and could even spawn niche dating apps for firearms aficionados, said Sarah Roberts, an assistant professor of information studies at the University of California, Los Angeles.
(Some matchmaking services for gun advocates already exist.)“It’s an interesting demonstration of the ways in which apps and social media platforms both reflect and are sensitive to cultural change and serve as a cultural barometer but can also codify what is acceptable behavior,” she said.
Herd said the new policy was not an attempt to “sweep up a mess” involving unhappy Bumble users.
The company, which is based in Austin, Tex., and also operates a networking service for professionals and a friend-matching function, is donating 0,000 toward a nationwide protest against gun violence planned for later this month.“Compared to what’s going on with Facebook and Twitter, we take a very proactive approach,” she said.