Finnish newspaper Iltalehti reported that numerous Badoo profiles were created without people's consent, and that people have reported Badoo's actions to the police.
According to Google's transparency report on the requests for search removals stemming from the "right to be forgotten" ruling, Badoo had the eight-highest number of URLs removed from Google Search, with Facebook, You Tube, Google Groups and Twitter receiving a higher number of these requests.
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In late 2007, 20% of Badoo’s then 22 million users were paying for heightened visibility at least once a month.
In the same report, it was given a ‘perfect score’ for verified accessibility on mobile devices.
A CNET review by Rafe Needleman described Badoo's first impression as "creepy".
He said that though the site was advertised as a way to meet local friends with shared interests, it was more like a photo-based dating site.
In the image, the 30-year-old's face is hidden behind a floral baseball cap, but underneath the brim you can see the athlete is all smiles as she hugs her 35-year-old fiance.