The League Dating App asks Facebook permissions to access your photos to create your profile
The League requires users to sync their profile to their LinkedIn and Facebook. When you authenticate your profile with LinkedIn, the site will protect your privacy by blocking your business connections and colleagues who are also authenticated. The app also only stores your contacts’ names and unique IDs to know who to block in your matching algorithm.
If you’re worried about your LinkedIn username and password, LinkedIn doesn’t give the app access to them. The League integrates a portal from LinkedIn to allow you to link your profile without exposing your credentials.
Authenticating with Facebook, meanwhile, will block you from friends and family. The app also won’t notify your friends or post on your timeline to respect your privacy. It also gathers other essential information, such as your current city, likes, and education, to match you more effectively. […]