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Dating site for cheaters wants you to "find your moment."
Dating site for cheaters promises better security.
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As public interest fades, so does the incentive for companies to change.
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It is generally assumed that aversion to risk is one of the biggest obstacles to Canadian innovation, but only 10 per cent of Canadian businesses are truly risk averse. The big issue is apparently an inability to align risk-taking with financial capacity -- rational risk-taking obviously involves being able to survive the potential negative consequences of your actions. And that's a key lesson buried in the aftermath of the hacker attack on the controversial Ashley Madison online affair service.
Despite a hack attack that exposed info on some 37 million accounts, Ashley Madison says it’s growing. “Recent media reports predicting the imminent demise of Ashley Madison are greatly exaggerated,”...
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The CEO of Ashley Madison owner Avid Life Media has resigned in the wake of a hack attack that saw data on 37 million subscribers released to the public. “Effective today, Noel Biderman, in mutual agr...
Avid Life Media, the Toronto-based owner of Ashley Madison, worked to develop an app called “What’s Your Wife Worth,” according to internal emails that were released to the public by the hacker group...
SAN DIEGO - Touting himself as the "The King of Infidelity,'' the founder of the adultery site Ashley Madison built his livelihood around the unconventional philosophy that cheating is a natural part...
Ashley Madison, the Canadian-based website for married people looking for an affair, has been expanding aggressively into Asia over the past year. There have been some successes — such as the company’...
There’s something about government towns and extramarital affairs. A new study by Ashley Madison -- a dating website for people who want to cheat on their significant others -- found that Ottawa leads...