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Los Angeles man files class-action lawsuit against Ashley Madison site

Posted By Administration, Thursday, August 27, 2015

A Los Angeles man has filed a class-action lawsuit against the AshleyMadison.com online dating site for married people after his account information was leaked along with that of 37 million other users this month.

The man, who goes by John Doe, joined the dating site in March 2012 in the belief that his “email would never be shown or shared,” according to his lawsuit filed Friday in U.S. District Court.

But then a group of hackers, known as the Impact Team, last week released emails, full names, street addresses and some credit card information for their tens of millions of users. The leak revealed dozens of government email addresses were used to access the site.

The breach also exposed the vulnerability of Toronto-based Avid Life Media, owner of AshleyMadison.com. Hackers warned of such a leak in July if the site continued to operate, but Avid Life Media ignored the threat, the lawsuit alleges.

Read the whole story at LA Times

 

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