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Ashley Madison.com's owners claimed nearly 40 million users for the site and two related sites at the time of the breach last month.reported that the data released by hackers included names, addresses and phone numbers submitted by users, though it said a sampling of the data indicated that users "likely provided random numbers and addresses."The data also included descriptions of what members were seeking: "I'm looking for someone who isn't happy at home or just bored and looking for some excitement," one member wrote."I love it when I'm called and told I have 15 minutes to get to someplace where I'll be greeted at the door with a surprise — maybe lingerie, nakedness."In a statement issued Tuesday, the site's owner, Avid Life Media, said its investigation into the breach is still ongoing and that it's "actively monitoring and investigating this situation to determine the validity of any information posted online." The company said it would "continue to devote significant resources to this effort."The statement continued: "This event is not an act of hacktivism, it is an act of criminality.
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The 3 Needs Cheating Men Are Missing "Ashley Madison is the world's leading married dating service for encounters." These are the words on the homepage of the recently-hacked site.
And while "married dating" is one of the biggest conundrums we've heard of, it's no secret that the members aren't really doing much "dating." But what if we told you that the real reason men turn to a site like this has nothing to do with sex?
She giddily whispered in my ear that she was having an affair with someone she had met on Ashley Madison.com, the hook-up website targeted at married people.
She pulled out her i Phone and surreptitiously showed me a picture of her paramour.
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And from conversations among people who were seeking to be anonymous and who had ample reason to be less than candid.