Thursday, January 5, 2017

AshleyMadison Wants Arbitration Of Data Breach Claims

AshleyMadison's parent company is hoping to knock out more than 20 class actions filed over its 2015 data breach by invoking online arbitration agreements the plaintiffs signed when they subscribed to its matchmaking services.
In the litigation against AshleyMadison, a consolidated class action filed on June 24 alleges that Toronto-based Avid and its former CEO, Noel Biderman, generated revenues through a racketeering conspiracy of "valueless services" in violation of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organization Act. Those services included the use of fake female profiles to convince users to pay for credits and a USD19 fee designed to delete their personal information from the site — even though it didn't. Plaintiffs also brought negligence and other common law claims and alleged violations of various state consumer and data breach statutes.

AshleyMadison GAME OVER, but they insist with reboot!

AshleyMadison should close forever.

AshleyMadison 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.  

Soon you will see online dating scam victims hiring hackers and private investigators to fight back bad online dating sites, destroying them from inside, ala AshleyMadison case!

Five unexpected lessons from the AshleyMadison breach

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