• Ashley Madison looks to put data breach scandal to bed with $11m settlement

    4 monthes ago - By CBR

    The parent company behind infidelity website Ashley Madison has offered a $11.5 million settlement to those who brought class action suits against the company in the wake of the notorious breach.
    The 2015 breach saw the personal details of 33 million users stolen, prompting many bids to sue the company.
    Data that was stolen in the breach included details such as names, addresses and birth dates
    The $11.2 million sum is intended in part to compensate claims of disgruntled users, with the majority of the figure, $8.5 million, to be put towards dealing with multiple class actions. Ruby Life...
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  • Ashley Madison: Sorry for ruining your life, here's $3,500

    Ashley Madison: Sorry for ruining your life, here's $3,500

    4 monthes ago - By The Next Web

    In 2015, Ashley Madison was victim of a massive data breach that made public the extramarital aspirations of almost 37 million people . While the hack had significant consequences for the company, they paled in comparison to what its members faced. Some members, who couldn't quite face the shame of being exposed in such a public manner, committed suicide. Others lost their jobs. Marriages broke up. There was even a spate of extortions related to the leaked data. Now, Ashley Madison's owner, Ruby Corp, wants to put this sordid mess behind itself, and is offering victims of the leak...
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  • Ashley Madison offers $11m settlement

    4 monthes ago - By BBC

    The company behind the hacked infidelity website is hoping to settle a number of class actions.
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  • Ashley Madison offers users caught in data breach $11 million in compensation

    4 monthes ago - By ZDnet

    Whether or not former users of the affairs website will take up the offer, however, is up for debate.
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