If you haven't already heard of AshleyMadison.com (or seen ads for it on some of the web's less safe-for-work corners), it's an online dating service that connects married people who are looking to have an affair. With Presidents' Day...Show More Summary
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“Life is short. Have an affair,” says social networking service Ashley Madison. Since its launch in 2001, the site has grown to more than 21 million members in 30 countries, with most new members signing up around New Year’s Eve. The...Show More Summary
I'm happily married. But if I wasn't and I wanted to spice up my life with a bout of infidelity, there are several dating websites designed with that in mind. One of the best-known cheating sites is Ashley Madison. Curious about what it's like to use such a site, I went undercover (so to speak) for a month on Ashley Madison to take a look inside. Show More Summary
Can you sue inanimate objects utilized in an affair -- like the online infidelity service, Ashley Madison?
Curious to know what kind of men use the Internet to find extramarital lovers, journalist Melanie Berliet posed as a wayward wife on the social-networking site Ashley Madison (tagline: “Life is short. Have an affair”).
Ashley Madison — the dating site for married cheaters — is being sued by a woman who claims she hurt her wrists writing its bogus profiles. However, she never alleges the bogus profiles are illegal, as our Jim Edwards has noted. So are...Show More Summary
Doriana Silva is possibly injured but definitely riding a jet ski. Photo via Ashley Madison press release. A Toronto woman is suing Ashley Madison, a dating site for married people looking to cheat, claiming that she hurt her wrists after being hired to create 1,000 fake profiles. Show More Summary
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It's no shock at all that wannabe-cheater website Ashley Madison invents bogus user profiles out of whole cloth. It's appealing to people who want to deceive their spouses and employs deception along the way — just getting into the mind of the customer over there. Bu these fake profiles aren't... More »
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Remember Ashley Madison, the social networking site that promises to bring married people together for secret affairs? Seems like it may not be as full of sexy un-singles as advertised: A Toronto woman named Doriana Silva says she was...Show More Summary
Ashley Madison says the woman who sued the company alleging she injured her wrists typing 1,000 fake profiles for the site "has shown no side effects from her so called injury, as evidenced by her photo postings... [on social media where she]... Show More Summary
Ashley Madison — the dating site for married people seeking affairs — is riddled with fake profiles for women that encourage men to spend more money subscribing to the site, according to a Canadian lawsuit. The suit dovetails with longtime rumors that have swirled around the site that many of the female profiles on it are fake. Show More Summary
Of all the reasons to sue Ashley Madison, Doriana Silva certainly has an original one. The Brazilian immigrant living in Toronto is suing the dating service for married people for $20 million, claiming that she permanently damaged her wrists typing hundreds of “fake female profiles” for the site. Silva alleges she was hired to help launch [...]
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Ever logged on to a dating site and wondered if some of those profiles from young blondes with screennames like SexyChick420 were actually fake? If you’re a member of Ashley Madison, the infamous social network for men and women searching for extramarital affairs, most of them probably are–at least according to one former employee. Show More Summary
You probably didn't require this extra-special news bulletin to know that liaison-facilitator Ashley Madison revels in being a pit of sleaze and self-loathing, but here it is anyway: a Brazilian immigrant living in Toronto is suing the...Show More Summary