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TORONTO — The Canadian adultery website Ashley Madison says that the electronic personal information exposed in a massive data breach can't be used to prove the infidelity of their clients. The compan...
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Tuesday's data dump of supposed Ashley Madison users likely has some couples questioning their relationships and others wondering if they know someone on the list. So what happens if you do discover a...
I'm a big believer in some personal autonomy. I don't feel I owe it to my husband to share every one of my deepest and darkest secrets. And I don't push him to tell me everything on his mind either. God no, I don't want to know everything on his mind. I'm a gal who enjoys a bit of mystery and his over-sharing would be a buzz kill. But there is a difference between "thought" and "action". It's fine to fantasize -- no harm is done.
Canada has what's called "no-fault" divorce — where the only grounds for dissolution is a "marriage breakdown."
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“It is completely false and untrue.”
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At least one MP was registered by name.
The recent Ashley Madison hack hasn't just exposed user data - it's also brought to light our various attitudes toward marriage and monogamy in today's high-tech, high-strung society. There are many reasons people stray and technology enables infidelity in a way that is faster and easier -- although certainly not more secretive -- than ever before. Yet in the end, it is always a question of choice. "Will I break the promise I made to my spouse?" In the wake of the Ashley Madison hack, we're seeing a lot of "You got what you deserved!" opinions.
It's not surprising that the Toronto-based Ashley Madison appears to have a significant Canadian user base.
The hacker or hackers who infiltrated Canadian-based cheating site Ashley Madison have dumped several gigabytes of user information on the Internet. Wired reported that the hackers, who go by the name...
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The hackers who allegedly broke into Ashley Madison, the dating site for cheaters, say they will release the identities of the site’s 37 million subscribers if the site isn’t shut down. But some PR e...
"People have been having extramarital affairs for long before the Internet facilitated those liaisons."
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Here’s your chance to buy a piece of the booming adultery business. Ashley Madison, the Toronto-based website for married people looking to have an affair, is planning to launch an IPO in London, acco...
35,000 people jailed for cheating on spouses since 1985 Condom makers’ stocks soar after ruling A Canadian website for people looking to cheat on their spouses is taking partial credit for the aboli...