The adultery dating website Ashley Madison and its parent company are being sued in Los Angeles by a man who alleges the business failed to protect its clients’ personal and financial information, court papers obtained today show. caused emotional distress as a result of negligence and invasion of privacy.
District Court by a man identified only as “John Doe,” contends Toronto-based Ashley Madison and parent company Avid Life Media Inc.
Almost by definition, any user of Ashley Madison is lying to someone: either her husband, which draws her honesty into question, and/or other users of Ashley Madison, which makes the data highly suspect.
News flash: More and more women are jumping outside their marriages in search of no-strings-attached sex. An Internet connection and an account on a site like Ashley
"The men did not know either." for a guy paid by a website that promotes cheating among married people to publish a study that finds that cheating probably doesn't hurt marriages.
Let's put aside too, as a probable clerical error, that the study's press release calls Anderson a professor of masculinity, sexuality, and sport, but the University of Winchester website lists him merely as Professor of Sports Studies, and that seven of his 10 books are about sports and only one is about relationships.
Professor Anderson, who as it turns out is a the "chief science officer" at Ashley Madison, looked at more than 4,000 conversations that 100 women were having with potential paramours.
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