A man has been banned from using dating app Tinder after being accused of killing a woman he met on the mobile website.
Gable Tostee, 28, was hit with the order by a court in Queensland, Australia, in the case of a woman who plunged to her death from his apartment balcony.
New Zealander Warriena Wright, 26, died hours after she and Tostee met on Tinder and arranged to meet up for a date. The pair were drinking in his 14th floor flat before she died, in August.
Justice Debra Mullins said Tostee was using the app in the week of Wright's death and banned him from Tinder and other social media websites.
Tostee is accused of killing her, even though he was not on the balcony with Wright when she fell to her death. Police claim she was attempting to flee him following an argument, when it happened.
Tostee was released on $200,000 bail under the conditions to live with his parents on the Gold Coast.
If convicted of Wright's death, Tostee faces 20 years in prison.