The lawyers are out in full force as Ashley Madison and Avid Life Media are hit with five separate lawsuits, each seeking class-action status.
Victims of the Ashley Madison leak have more to worry about than just divorce. If they’re in the military, they could face court-martial, as an email from the military to the cheating site in 2012 shows.
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Ashely Madison’s former CTO claims he hacked a competitor’s site in 2012, stealing its database of users, according to internal company emails leaked by hackers.
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Ashley Media’s parent company is offering a $500,000 reward for information about the hackers who breached its network and leaked data on millions of customers.
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Here’s what you need to know about the Ashley Madison hack.
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The latest data dump is twice as large as the first and appears to contain an entire email spool from the company’s top executive.
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Hackers could expose the data of millions of people seeking extramarital affairs on a popular cheating site.
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