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According to these media reports, the Impact Team threatened to publish and release the users’ personal information if the Ashley Madison website was not shut down.
On July 20, 2015, a media statement was published on Ashley Madison’s website stating that all “Personally Identifiable Information about our users published online” was removed. On August 18, 2015, the news media reported that the Impact Team published on the internet the data it stole from Ashley Madison, including the names, addresses, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, gender, dates of birth, profile captions, weight and height, lifestyle attributes and preferences, relationship statuses, sexual preferences, credit card information, and transaction history of Ashley Madison users.
On August 20, 2015, Sutts, Strosberg LLP (now Strosberg Sasso Sutts LLP) and Charney Lawyers commenced a proposed national class action in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice against Avid Life Media Inc.
and Avid Life Dating Inc., who own and operate Ashley Madison.
Emails sent by the founder of infidelity website Ashley appear to have been exposed in a second, larger release of data stolen from its parent company, cyber security experts confirmed on Thursday.
So you have one more online date and he’s not completely without fault either, so you try another and another… The other thing I can tell you is the person you’ll end up falling for will probably look and be nothing like what you’re imagining right now.and let me save you a whole lot of bother by telling you this straight up: there is no perfect person out there for you because there’s no perfect person out there for anyone. Even if you end up falling head over heels for someone and they do seem perfect at the time, when the love hormones wear off, there will be one or two areas where he won’t be flawless. And this is the other great failing of online dating: it discounts one very important, extremely powerful variable - chemistry.Chemistry is what’s responsible when you meet some guy who is totally not your physical type and the complete opposite in personality to guys you normally get on with - but you don’t care.Even if they were widely disseminated, it argues, “stolen documents do not lose their privileged status because they are published without the consent of the privilege holder.” Accordingly, Ashley Madison moved for a protective order on February 29 precluding the use of “stolen documents.” Amicus briefs have been filed in support of Ashley Madison’s motion for protective order, mostly focused on the fact that leaked information includes 37 million consumer records.A group of former users advocated for the issuance of the protective order based on their and other consumers’ “strong privacy interest” in keeping personally identifiable and financial information from disclosure.