Dating site for marital affairs
The European communications director and spokesperson, Christoph Kraemer, has been in a long-term relationship for the past eight years.
“Personally, I can’t imagine having an affair right now after eight years,” Kraemer said.
Carolyn Gregoire argued that "Social media has created an aggressive culture of public shaming in which individuals take it upon themselves to inflict psychological damage" and that more often than not, "the punishment goes beyond the scope of the crime." Charles J.
Orlando, who had joined the site to conduct research concerning women who cheat, said he felt users of the site were anxious the release of sexually explicit messages would humiliate their spouses and children.
On 18 and 20 August, the group leaked more than 25 gigabytes of company data, including user details.
Because of the site's policy of not deleting users' personal information – including real names, home addresses, search history and credit card transaction records – many users feared being publicly shamed.
So should I forever be unhappy because I feel unfulfilled, because I’m missing that part?
Otherwise, my relationship is wonderful.’ They feel that by having that affair, they are happier and they are able to transport that happiness to their partner and make them better as a person.” The Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) is alarmed.
Any and all parties responsible for this act of cyber-terrorism will be held responsible.Only 9,700 of the 5 million female account had ever replied to a message, compared to the 5.9 million men who would do the same.She concluded that, "The women's accounts show so little activity that they might as well not be there".There’s Grindr for gay men, Brenda for lesbians, Purrsonals for cat lovers, and The Atlasphere for fans of the author Ayn Rand.
But did you know there’s also a dating site for people in relationships looking to have extra fun? Enter Ashley Madison, a Canadian dating website for married people who want “discreet encounters.” Just recently, they launched a Filipino version of the website.
The company falsely asserted that paying them would "fully delete" the profiles, which the hack proved was untrue.