back to article Ashley Madison throws US$11.2m on the bed to mop up leak affair

Dating site for cheaters Ashley Madison has thrown US$11.2 million on the bed to make its 2015 data leak go away. The site, which used the slogan “Life is short, have an affair”, was infamously hacked in 2015, lost millions of users' records, prompting a denial from Conservative MP listed in the trove and prompting face-palms- …

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Hashing Madley

I can't imagine that this site has anything but failure as it's destiny.

The 12 million sounds like a desperate attempt for new publicity based on it's

"Generosity".

99% of the clients were men, from the remaining 1% can we presume that they were actually women ? And not some Brazilian professionals...

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Re: Hashing Madley

Some of the remaining 1% were bots attempting to simulate chat from a real woman. From which we can conclude that most men are easily fooled and easily pleased.

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Trollface

Confirming blackmail status?

No, no, no that wasn't me.

Somebody else used my name and email address.

I completely refute......

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.....hang on, money you say?

Well, yes, where do I sign?

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You don't throw money on the bed. You leave it discreetly on the bedside table or the dresser.

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Established

"sibling site “Established Men”, which “connects ambitious and attractive young women with successful, generous men”,

Were all the gold-digger related names taken?

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99% Male

So you're saying there's a chance?!

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Re: 99% Male

Chance of what?

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