Avid Life Media also owns a few other properties, including Established Men (a dating service that connects “young, ambitious women with successful, established men”); Cougar Life (a dating site for women who want to share their real age and personal situation); and The Big and The Beautiful (a dating site for women “with curves who don’t like to play games”).For Avi Weisman, vice president and general counsel for Avid Life Media, it’s not exactly a typical job.Of course, Ok Cupid has run into its own controversies, having openly experimented on users by telling them they were compatable with users with which they actually had low compatability scores.
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To Rudder, the newly discovered swarm of bots is more damning for the reputation of Ashley Madison than the release of user information following the now notorious high-profile hack of the website.
Anyone can get hacked by a disgruntled employee or skilled programmer, so blaming Ashley Madison for the release of the data would be a bit unfair.
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By July 22, the first set of customer names were released by hackers, with all of the user data released on August 18, 2015.
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