Wednesday, August 24, 2016

AshleyMadison security protocols violated privacy laws, watchdog says
You blew it ?Ashley Madison: Report slams dating site for security 'shortcomings'
Now, the Canadian company behind AshleyMadison, Avid Life Media (ALM), has been the subject of a scathing report from the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and the Australian Privacy Commissioner, criticising ALM's actions following the massive data breach. (In July 2016, ALM rebranded as Ruby, though the report refers to the company by its previous name).

AshleyMadison Hacking Scandal 1 Year Later

Forbes Tech: AshleyMadison; Rebranding Won't Fix Your 'Full Delete' Mistake

AshleyMadison pitches relaunch under new management, new strategy?

NEW ARTICLE: AshleyMadison threatened to expose customers who disputed bills. via CNN Money


AshleyMadison should close forever.

Ashley Madison admits using fembots to lure men into spending money
It seems no one trust AshleyMadison any more because it seems they STILL use fembots. 

Cheaters will use Tinder instead.  

Law article suggests USA FTC goes for Match Group ?
USA Federal regulators are returning to the online dating world, and this time, they have a bigger industry player in their sights.

USA FTC: No more automatic rebilling in USA for Online Dating sites? Sooner than expected?
Thanks to AshleyMadison scandal (AshleyMadison threatened to expose customers who disputed bills and not its hacking incident) all the Online Dating Industry will suffer an earthquake.

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