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Have an affair” and the ‘Established Men’ website that sets up rich men with women — both belong to the Avid Life Media company.
We provide a platform and social network for like-minded adults that cannibalises an already existing behaviour pattern." He said his company is "clearly addressing a demand" and even cited government statistics to back his claim.Center Margin Bg @media only screen and (max-width: 1550px) and (min-width: 1297px) .article-col .col-md-4 . The ‘It wasn’t me’ phrase is not going to fly for users of the Ashley Madison dating site as the personal records of 37 million users have been stolen.The National Family Council also said on Friday that it welcomed the MDA move to block access to the website, which is "detrimental to the foundations of a family".Chairman Ching Wei Hong said: "We are heartened by the responses of many Singaporeans who stood together with us...Krebs On Security reports that samples of stolen data had been already published on the web to prove the hack, but ALM managed to remove published data shortly after the incident.
The company confirmed the breach and stated that it engaged ‘leading forensics experts and other security professionals to determine the origin, nature, and scope of this incident’.
upholding the importance of commitment and fidelity in marriage." Mr Seah Kian Peng, chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for Social and Family Development, said he was "happy" to hear of the ban.
"It is true that if people want to cheat, they can seek other avenues.
"Ashley didn't invent infidelity, and infidelity has long been practiced in Singapore," he added.
The 42-year-old, who is married, also noted how divorce rates have jumped 344 per cent since 1980 - "a rise that has no correlation or connection to dating sites," he said.
It’s quite possible that an individual with the inside access to the company’s network is involved — a former employee or a contractor.