Joe Dills suffers setback in race for 65th District after admitting he signed up to the infamous dating website.
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Finding romance online can expose you to matches you wouldn't normally cross paths with. But these sites and apps also present issues of overwhelming choice in endless swiping or fear of getting deceived by someone hiding behind a screen. Dr. Marisa T. Cohen breaks down how online dating impacts real-life relationships.
"Maybe it's the Republican mentality that leads them to infidelity," the survey report stated.
The company also struck back at reports that the site had few female users.
Noel Biderman reaches a mutual agreement with Avid Life Media to step down.
Brian Krebs says a Twitter user Thadeus Zu had a link to the data early.
Many states have consumer protection laws that could put hacked companies on the hook.
Rentboy.com CEO Jeffrey Hurant and the employees were charged in a criminal complaint filed in federal court in Brooklyn, New York.
The Ashley Madison hack and subsequent data dumps trigger a plethora of privacy laws.
This is what it's like to be named Ashley Madison in the age of massive data leaks.
There is a $500,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of people involved in the hack.
Two law firms are seeking a class action on behalf of those affected by the data leak.
Motherboard interviewed the hackers who call themselves the Impact Team.
Cyber security experts confirmed a second release of data stolen from AshleyMadison.com's parent company, Avid Life Media.
Media outlets are grappling with how much information to report from the data dump of AshleyMadison.com users' sensitive information.
Hackers dump 9.7 gigabytes of data on dark web, including account and credit card details.
Great external security is at risk when the wrong people have access inside a company.
Group calling itself "the Impact Team" says a $19 profile-erasing service doesn't work.