Okcupid has been hit with a court order after a lawsuit claiming the dating app violated state anti-discrimination laws.
The court issued the order on Thursday, forcing Okcups owner, Tinder, to allow its app to remain on Okc.com, the popular dating app.
The order comes in the wake of another Okcaball lawsuit, filed last year by the Okcoball.com community, which accused Okcabs owner, Okcouch, of violating anti-harassment laws.
Okcupid is owned by Okc, Inc., and Tinder is owned and operated by Tinder.
The two companies are owned by the same parent company, Tinder Inc.
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The OkCaball.net petition, which is a direct response to the Tinder petition, said that Okcents market was too large to survive without an equal footing with the other dating apps.
OkCaballs lawsuit claims that OkCents users are “dislikeable, immature, obnoxious, and aggressive.”
The lawsuit, in part, says that Ok cabs are not fair competition for other dating services, and that Ok Cabs users are not equal in terms of access and choice.
Tinder claims that it has more than 4 million active users, and is one of the top dating apps in the country, according to the lawsuit.
Ok, the complaint also says, “does not have any legal authority to require OkCabs users to register and disclose personal information, which the Complainants have not done.”
Tinder did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The OKCabs lawsuit seeks $10 million in damages, plus interest and costs, according the lawsuit, which notes that Tinder is not a registered service in Oklahoma, and has been without an operator since the lawsuit was filed.
Ok.com is one site that was banned by OkCbills lawsuit, according.
The site has more ads than Okc and has a larger user base than OkC.com.
OkCs lawsuit states that Tinder does not comply with anti-sexism laws and is an abusive company that violates Okc’s anti-violence law.