Notorious cheating hookup site Ashley Madison is back in the news after it was discovered that the site was exposing private, often sexually explicit member photographs to other members without permission. Discovered by security researchers Bob...Show More Summary
I was prepared to never write about Ashley Madison again. The site, which promises to connect people searching for “discreet relationships of all kinds,” suffered a devastating data breach in 2015, leaving personal information about members splattered across the web like so many discarded condoms. Show More Summary
Data breaches have affected our lives on multiple levels, from breaches of social apps like Ashley Madison, to breaches of retail stores like Target, to breaches of the companies we’ve historically trusted to keep our most personal information safe, like Equifax. Show More Summary
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Post by Nicole Fabian-Weber. The Duggars haven't always been everyone's cup of tea, but ever since Josh Duggar was found out to have an Ashley Madison account and was accused of molestation, the family has fallen from grace big timeShow More Summary
Josh and Anna Duggar welcomed their fourth child, Meredith Grace, about one month before it was revealed that Josh had had affairs with other women via the website Ashley Madison. Will Anna stay with Josh? 19 Kids and Counting fans were...Show More Summary
When Ashley Madison was hacked in July of 2015, the impact was devastating for many of the site’s 30 million users. For a business centered around facilitating extramarital hookups, you’d expect a certain amount of damage should user data ever become compromised. Show More Summary
Conservative christian TV star Josh Duggar (previously) was ditched by television after he admitted sexually abusing kids as an adolescent. Now he's being sued by a guy whose photo he allegedly stole and used on hookup sites. [via] Josh Duggar is headed for a jury trial in the Ashley Madison lawsuit brought against him by a D.J. Show More Summary
The Inquisitr reports: Josh Duggar is headed for a jury trial in the Ashley Madison lawsuit brought against him by a D.J. and model. The latter is claiming damages, after alleging Duggar family’s eldest child used his images on the adult website. Show More Summary
It looks like Josh Duggar is headed for a jury trial in the Ashley Madison lawsuit brought against him by a Los Angeles-based DJ.
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A judge approves a class-action settlement for users of the infidelity website whose personal information was exposed in 2015
A federal judge on Friday approved an $11.2 million settlement between the marital infidelity website Ashley Madison and users who sued after hackers released personal information, including financial data and … Click to Continue »
Ashley Madison, the adult site that encourages extramarital affairs, has agreed to pay $11.2 million to settle with users whose personal information was hacked and released on the internet. The settlement will go to resolve dozens of cases resulting from the data breach of some 37 million user accounts.......
If you were involved in the Ashley Madison hack of 2015 you may be due some compensation. Unfortunately for you and your fellow victims the company behind Ashley Madison is only offering $11.2 million to the victims who had their personal lives ruined by the data breach. Show More Summary
LONDON — In August 2015, the personal information of tens of millions of users of adult dating site Ashley Madison were leaked online following a now-infamous hack. The information included everything from personally identifying details...Show More Summary
Members who paid $19 for their data to be deleted (it wasn't) might get a refund.
In 2015, Ashley Madison was victim of a massive data breach that made public the extramarital aspirations of almost 37 million people (mostly men). While the hack had significant consequences for the company, they paled in comparison to what its members faced. Show More Summary
Whether or not former users of the affairs website will take up the offer, however, is up for debate.
The company agreed to pay $11.2 million dollars to users for a 2015 data breech.