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Police chief Kenneth Hogg visits Ashley Madison website

police chief kenneth hogg visits ashley madison website
Kenneth Hogg, the Scottish Police Authority's interim chief officer, admitted going on the site in April 2015 after his log-in details were revealed by hackers.
MailOnline

Reasons why men and women have secret affairs

reasons why men and women have secret affairs
Unfaithful men, including Australians, have confessed the laws of attraction when looking for the 'other woman', according to a survey by dating site Ashley Madison.
MailOnline

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The right to privacy and how much privacy we actually have is a hugest controversy in the modern world. According to techradar.com, “in September 2017, the daily number of daily connections to the..
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News video: Technology Is Making Extramarital Affairs Easier

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Divorce lawyers are saying technology makes it easier for people to conduct extramarital affairs.
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The state’s Porn ID plans would lead to a credit card fraud boom

the state’s porn id plans would lead to a credit card fraud boom
Plans unveiled on Monday would force every adult accessing pornography online to prove their age by handing over their credit card details. Websites that don’t comply will be singled out by an as..
City A.M.

Ashley Madison offers $11m settlement

ashley madison offers $11m settlement
The company behind the hacked infidelity website is hoping to settle a number of class actions.
BBC News

Ashley Madison throws US$11.2m on the bed to mop up leak affair


The Register

Ashley Madison parent in $11.2 million settlement over data breach

(Reuters) - The owner of the Ashley Madison adultery website said on Friday it will pay $11.2 million to settle U.S. litigation brought on behalf of roughly 37 million users whose personal details were..
Reuters

Ashley Madison parent settles website users' data breach lawsuit

(Reuters) - The owner of the Ashley Madison adultery website said on Friday it has agreed to pay $11.2 million to settle U.S. litigation over a 2015 data breach that exposed personal details of..
Reuters

Woman slept with married firemen and soldiers then stalked their families

woman slept with married firemen and soldiers then stalked their families
Sarah Lewis, 49, "preyed" on men using an Ashley Madison-style adultery website
Stroud Life Also reported by •Gloucestershire EchoGloucester Citizen

Stalker threatened married men after sleeping with them

stalker threatened married men after sleeping with them
Sarah Lewis 'preyed' on men using an Ashley Madison-style site before meeting them in hotel rooms for sex. She was given a suspended sentence at Worcester Crown Court (pictured).
MailOnline

Ashley Madison hits 52 MILLION users despite 2015 hacking

ashley madison hits 52 million users despite 2015 hacking
Millions of new members have flooded to join Ashley Madison despite the 2015 data breach where hackers released the personal details of cheating spouses on the site.
MailOnline

One in five British businesses targeted by cyber criminals

one in five british businesses targeted by cyber criminals
Larger companies with more than 100 staff are more susceptible to cyber attack. Yahoo, TalkTalk and dating site Ashley Madison are among the companies hacked by cyber criminals.
MailOnline

Ashley Madison hacking: What happened when married man was exposed

The man never thought he'd be blackmailed just a couple of weeks after signing up to the site
Independent

Ashley Madison to pay $1.6million for hack which exposed its cheating users

ashley madison to pay $1.6million for hack which exposed its cheating users
The adult dating service was found to have had lax security services and misleading clients who believed their data would be protected even after they stopped using the site to conduct affairs.
MailOnline

Ashley Madison agrees $1.6m fine for data breach

Site for marital affairs was unfaithful to users with fembots and lax security
FT.com

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