5:20pm EST: The Good NewsBadoo has just posted a blog post on its website which details its social network metrics.
This is a first for Badoo, but it does provide a glimpse into its data set.
The Badoo Social Network Statistics are available for free on the Badoo website.
The company says that Badoo has 2.6 million active users, but has no official figures on how many of those are active in Ireland.
The blog post states that its “community” has 4.4 million active members.
This means that the Badoono social network has over 1 million members.
Badoo says that its data is anonymised to ensure it does not collect any personal data.
The data is collected via the “Fusion” platform.
The Fusion platform is owned by Facebook, and is used by companies like Instagram, Twitter and WhatsApp to provide data to advertisers.
Badoo is also a member of the Social Networking Platform Data Protection Act (PSPDA), which requires social networks to protect user data, according to the Irish Times.
The PSPDA requires social media platforms to provide users with a “clear explanation of their rights”.
This means users must be able to easily access their data, and to get to the point where they can make a complaint.
It is also mandatory that social media sites provide users the option of reporting a complaint to the data protection authorities.
There is no mention of whether or not Badoo will comply with the PSPMA, and the company is yet to respond to The Irish News’ requests for comment.
The Irish Times contacted Badoo for comment but received no response at the time of publication.
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