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The Men of Ashley Madison

The ultimate go to cheater’s hub is the well known Ashley Madison.  The very first time I heard of Ashley Madison was right when they started, I even called my husband told him how hilarious their tagline is… 210 more words


Sorry Ashley Madison Users! If You Want To Sue Them You Will Have To Use Your Real Name!

If you didn’t hear about the massive leak of names from Ashley Madison recently you might have been born under a rock. We mean that the nicest way possible. 134 more words


LONDON - A summer of fun and a pop up restaurant where the diners are naked.

The killing of veggies is madness, I say we take up the fight
Salads are only for murderers, coleslaw’s a fascist regime
Don’t think that they don’t have feelings, just ’cause a radish can’t… 325 more words

Judge: Ashley Madison Customers Can't Be Anonymous If They Want To Sue Cheating Site

It’s understandable why someone who uses a website to cheat on their significant would want anonymity — mostly, they don’t want to get caught. But the former Ashley Madison customers seeking to sue over the massive data hack last year that… 438 more words

Digital Privacy

LHA101 is basically the “preparation for uni” mandatory course.  It’s all about exploring issues in modern society and learning how to critically analyse these, and the subject acts as a springboard for our lives at uni. 1,256 more words

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Ashley Madison Hacking Victims Face A Big Decision

Last year, hackers tore into Ashley Madison, a website for people seeking extramarital affairs, and dumped personal information about its users online.

Dozens of the site’s 32 million members filed suit and are pooling their litigation into a proposed class action against Avid Life Media, Ashley Madison’s parent company. 484 more words


You have to use your real name to sue Ashley Madison over breach

Data-breach replete adulterers’ site Ashley Madison should come up with a new slogan. Maybe something along the lines of…

Life Is short. Have an affair. Full, legal name required on all subsequent class action filings.

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