In the past, we've written about lawsuits involving dating site Match.com and "dating site for married people" Ashley Madison over concerns about fake profiles being set up on the site to lure in paying users. Now it appears the FTCShow More Summary
The owners of Ashley Madison, the Canadian-based dating website for cheaters, is suing the South Korean government for… not playing fair. The lawsuit, brought in Canadian federal court by Avid Life Media, says that South Korea unfairly...Show More Summary
For the cautious, the old adage “cheaters never prosper” still serves as a relationship red flag. But for the opportunistic — especially when it comes to entertainment — it’s basically a guaranteed green light. Just sprinkle some political intrigue into the plot, and you’ve served up a hit (Hello, “Scandal,” “The Good Wife,” and “House of Cards”). Show More Summary
Ashley Madison, the eHarmony of why Mommy and Daddy don’t live together anymore, is no stranger to obnoxious public stunts created to advertise its discreet adultery hook-ups. In the past, the website has posted billboards featuringShow More Summary
Famed cheating website and purveyor of trollish billboards Ashley Madison makes money in a few ways: first, by charging users to access the site. Secondly, by collecting fees from advertisers who wish to reach the site's users. The third? Charging users twenty bucks to delete their profiles. Read more...
The time has come, and you’re done being a member of Ashley Madison, a dating website with the mission of pairing up married people who want to cheat on their spouses. But do you have to pay $19 just to delete your profile, as some users thought was the case? Not really, but also yes, you can pay $19. It … [More]
Cheaters are pushed for money to delete their profile, but they don't have to pay.
SPYING ON ASHLEY MADISON USERS TO FIND OUT WHY WOMEN CHEAT: “Middle-age women who cheat on their husbands are looking for passion and sex, but don’t want to divorce their husbands over it, new research suggests. The new data comes from a sample of married women who used AshleyMadison.com, a dating website aimed at people [...]
A late-night show that requires its audience to huddle together on floor mats and tiny stools is already asking a lot. But Morgan Ashley Madison's "Fairytales: Not Suitable for Children," running through this weekend with the theater company A Horse of a Different Color, strains one's...
It turns out having an affair online isn't so discreet after all.
Better clear out your inbox.
Notorious cheating website Ashley Madison has joined the ranks of Facebook and OKCupid, peering in on clandestine conversations between people seeking an affair in the name of research. And the conclusion the service (which pairs up married couples looking for "discreet encounters") came to? Monogamy is a failure. Imagine that. Read more...
A service for people seeking affairs secretly analyzed its members' conversations
Ashley Madison is no stranger to sleaze ball ads and PR moves, but their latest one, while in the same vein, is quite the doozy. The online extramarital matchmaking service just unveiled a new billboard in Chicago starring a beaming Hillary Clinton photoshopped with the signature Ashley Madison finger to her lips. Show More Summary
Ashley Madison's new promo campaign argues that the only thing Hillary Clinton has done with her life is get cheated on.
Shhhh.... don't tell anyone I got Monica to go down on me, too. ( via Fox 32 Chicago ) It's an ad in Chicago for "Ashley Madison." You know, that website you go on to cheat on your spouse, or to catch your spouse cheating, depending....Show More Summary
Known for being far from classy, the pro-cheating website Ashley Madison is at it again with a billboard in the Chicago area that pokes some fun at Hillary Clinton’s new book “Hard Choices” while advertising its website to married men who want to cheat on their spouses. The billboard displays a picture of Hillary Clinton
Ashley Madison, a website with the express purpose of encouraging extramarital affairs, has a new billboard and, um, it features a Clinton. Not the one you're thinking of.
Ashley Madison countersues ex-employee On Sunday March 23, 2014 the Toronto Star published a news article which I found of interest. It was a case in which an issue had arisen between an employee, Doriana Silva and her employer, Ashley Madison. The article is in regards to the second part of the dispute where […]
Because Bill O'Reilly has some solid reasons why he thinks white privilege isn't real, check out today's mid-day links: texting 911, Times internal report, Chipotle stories, St. Marks Books moving, Strangers With Mad Men, and uncoordinated doggies. Show More Summary