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But Andrey Andreev, founder of the social-networking site Badoo, asked her to come up with an idea.
Wolfe decided on Bumble because it gives women more control. The app has logged more than 15 million unique conversations and 80 million matches.
Next year, the company plans to introduce a way to make money and has its eye on one day going public, Wolfe said.
Wolfe said she has no ill will toward Tinder, a company she helped create when she was just 22 but is now her competition.
“I don’t think the platform is inherently bad for women,” she said.
Wolfe said the challenge is in how the technology is used.
Elis Gjevori, who said he was a principal organiser of the event, wrote: 'What the speakers believe or don’t believe do not necessarily reflect the views of the society, rather what we are providing is a platform for experts in the field of Islamic economics to come and speak at SOAS.'Radio Netherlands reported that in February 2012, Dutch authorities tried to prevent Dr al-Haddad speaking at a university in Amsterdam. Heblamed a 'Zionist lobby' for the opposition to the talk. In little more than a year, she has gone from a high-profile job at the massively popular dating app Tinder to filing a sexual harassment lawsuit that accused her former Tinder bosses of “atrocious acts,” which kicked off what she now calls “the whole media unraveling,” invasions and distractions that continue to erupt at unexpected times.Her story was widely seized upon as evidence that tech culture is toxic to women, that dating apps such as Tinder are misogynist at their core, that she’s a hero, that she is just seeking attention. But that hasn’t stopped others from seeing her as a symbol of their own convictions.An extremist Muslim who has claimed Jews are descended from 'apes and pigs', called gays 'criminals' and has made controversial comments about domestic violence has given a talk at a London university.Usama Hasan, of the moderate, anti- terrorism think tank, the Quilliam Foundation, said: ‘Like all extreme Islamists, he uses fascist language about non-Muslims and refuses to sit at the same table as women.’Raheem Kassam, director of Student Rights which campaigns against extremism on campuses, told the Evening Standard: 'He is the epitome of illiberal views that should have no place on university campuses.