MIAMI, FL - AUGUST 14: In this photo illustration, the icon for the dating app Tinder is seen on the screen of an iPhone on August 14, 2018 in Miami, Florida. The co-founders of Tinder and eight other former and current executives of the dating app are suing the service's current owners for at least $2 billion. (Photo illustration by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

It sounds like the Russian government wants to know who you’ve been hooking up with on Tinder. The popular dating app is part of a new official list of services expected to hand over user data to the Russian Communications Oversight Agency.

It’s part of a broader effort by Russia to gain more control over online activity.

A Russian official said Monday Tinder has shared information and is expected to cooperate with the nation’s FSB security agency.