A dating site called Gleeden picks up where Ashley Madison left off, offering a platform for wives and husbands to supplement their marriages by arranging sneaky sex on the internet. And since Gleeden has the trust of this rarely-exposed subset of society, they have some insights on their behavior. Show More Summary
This is the first FTC complaint involving lying bots—there will be more.
Sure, I “liked” Kristen Taekman when she was a Real Housewives of New York cast member, but if I’m keeping it real she added nothing to that show. That’s not necessarily an insult since most of the people who make good reality characters...Show More Summary
AshleyMadison.com is ripping off married people who no longer need the website's extramarital services by lying about deleting their info... according to the state of NY, anyway. State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman filed a…
Ever since he was discovered for using Ashley Madison, Josh Duggar has been excluded from the family’s new TLC show, Jill and Jessa Counting On. The fact that he was the major reason that the network pulled the cult favorite 19 Kids and Counting On may have had something to do with this absence on... Show More Summary
An investigation by New York's attorney general found that web site created fake female profiles to lure men; other misrepresentations
The owner of the adultery-focused site, which was breached by hackers, will pay a sharply discounted penalty to settle an inquiry into lax data security and deceptive practices.
The Toronto-based company will pay $1.6 million to settle FTC and state charges.
The Canadian firm that owns the adultery-focused dating site has agreed to a proposed settlement with U.S. regulators.
The owner of dating site Ashley Madison has agreed to pay $1.6 million to settle a Federal Trade Commission investigation and state charges related to the massive 2015 data breach, the FTC announced Wednesday. “This case represents one of the largest data breaches that the FTC has investigated to date, implicating 36 million individuals worldwide,” FTC Chairwoman Edith […]
Yeah. I don’t feel bad for them, and it’s a small victory for decency. The adultery-facilitating website, AshleyMadisondotcom, has been ordered to pay a $1.6 million settlement to the Federal Trade Commission, as well as state charges,...Show More Summary
The Toronto-based parent company of the website Ashley Madison has settled with the US Federal Trade Commission for $1.6 million over allegations the company misled consumers and did little to secure private information on its users. As part of the settlement, ruby Corp. Show More Summary
Commission settlement officially $17.5 million, but fine reduced due to inability to pay.
The site, which suffered a major data breach last year, also says it'll set up a system to improve its cybersecurity.
The operators of the Ashley Madison affair-minded dating website agreed Wednesday to pay a $1.6 million penalty over a data breach exposing data from 36 million users, US officials announced.
Image: AP The adultery website Ashley Madison will pay only $1.66 million to settle federal and state investigations into a 2015 hack that compromised 36 million user accounts while advertising the site was secure. The site’s slogan at the time was, “Life is short. Have an affair.” Read more...
The owner of hacked infidelity website Ashley Madison will pay $1.66 million to settle an investigation by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and several U.S. states into lax data security and deceptive practices, the company and authorities said on Wednesday. The remainder of a $17.5 million...
Agreement stems from probe that found lax security, fake female profiles to entice male users
The July 2015 data breach at AshleyMadison.com has proven a costly affair for the adultery website's owner.
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