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Ashley Madison is back and wants to help more women have affairs

A lot has changed in two years.  We’ve lost Prince and Bowie and the world is now captivated by a few dystopian, theocratic nightmares like The Handmaid’s Tale and whatever is happening in the White House. Ashley Madison is set to relaunch in Australia this week. Photo: Reuters However, somethings, according to Ashley Madison, haven’t changed and that is Australians love affair with extramarital affairs, even after the online dating service had its data hacked in 2015 where details of its 36 millions users were leaked.  According to the site’s vice-president of communications, Paul Keable, the security breach did not bother…

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Ashley Madison offers $11m settlement

The owner of the Ashley Madison infidelity website, which was hacked in July 2015, has offered a settlement to the people suing the company. Millions of members had their personal details stolen when the site, which encouraged people to cheat on their partners, was breached. Ruby Life has put forward $ 11.2m (£8.5m) to settle a number of class actions. Some of the fund will be used to compensate those with a “valid claim”. Ashley Madison was a dating website for people who already had a partner but were looking…

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