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Here's the federal court order [PDF] that requires Ashley Madison to: Ashley Madison was hacked in July 2015, resulting in the disclosure of personal information belonging to 35 Million users, including their usernames, first and last names, passwords, credit card data info, street names, phone numbers, transactions records, and email addresses.(Reuters) — The parent company of infidelity dating site Ashley Madison, hit by a devastating hack last year, is now the target of a U. Federal Trade Commission investigation, the new executives seeking to revive its credibility told Reuters.

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Personal information contained in the website is particularly sensitive because Ashley Madison markets itself as a cheating website. "The global settlement requires Ashley to implement a range of more robust data security practices that will better-protect its users' personal information from criminal hackers going forward." The settlement agreement requires the site to implement a comprehensive data-security program and pay a total of $1.6 million to settle FTC and state charges.

Half was paid to the FTC and the rest to states involved in the matter.

Ashley Madison made $115m (£77m) last year and is worth $1bn (£670m). There are 1.2 million people signed up to Ashley Madison in the UK, which is equivalent to around five per cent of the UK’s married population. It's free to search for potential partners, but users pay to send a message or virtual "gift" to other Ashley Madison members.

Around 70 per cent of members are men – no surprise there. How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?

"Today's settlement closes an important chapter on the company's past and reinforces our commitment to operating with integrity and to building a new future for our members, our team and our company." As part of the settlement, neither ruby or Ashley Madison admits to or denies the charges made by federal regulators.

"Creating fake profiles and selling services that are not delivered is unacceptable behavior for any dating website," Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell said.will pay

"Creating fake profiles and selling services that are not delivered is unacceptable behavior for any dating website," Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell said.will pay $1.6 Million to settle charges from both Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 13 states alleging that it misled its consumers about its privacy practices and did not do enough to protect their information.Not only the company failed to protect the account information of its 36 Million users, but also it failed to delete account information after regretful users paid a $20 fee for "Full Delete" of their accounts.We should see the company as “a safe alternative,” he says. Users also state whether they’re looking for a cyber affair, long-term relationship or short-term fling. It’s 2010, people: time to redefine morality.” The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend. In 2013, Ashley Madison had to abandon launch plans there after it was met with staunch opposition. The company aims to raise $200m (£135m) from an initial public offering, and will use the funds to expand internationally. It currently has 34 million members in 46 countries around the world, including South Africa, Japan and South Korea. Ashley Madison has been helping adulterers unite since 2001. The company makes sure that nothing incriminating comes up on your credit card bill.Another site, JDI Dating, paid $616,165 in redress for similar practices in an October 2014 settlement with the FTC. customers, Segal said: “That’s a part of the ongoing process that we’re going through …

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"Creating fake profiles and selling services that are not delivered is unacceptable behavior for any dating website," Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell said.

will pay $1.6 Million to settle charges from both Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 13 states alleging that it misled its consumers about its privacy practices and did not do enough to protect their information.

Not only the company failed to protect the account information of its 36 Million users, but also it failed to delete account information after regretful users paid a $20 fee for "Full Delete" of their accounts.

We should see the company as “a safe alternative,” he says. Users also state whether they’re looking for a cyber affair, long-term relationship or short-term fling. It’s 2010, people: time to redefine morality.” The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.

In 2013, Ashley Madison had to abandon launch plans there after it was met with staunch opposition. The company aims to raise $200m (£135m) from an initial public offering, and will use the funds to expand internationally. It currently has 34 million members in 46 countries around the world, including South Africa, Japan and South Korea. Ashley Madison has been helping adulterers unite since 2001. The company makes sure that nothing incriminating comes up on your credit card bill.

Another site, JDI Dating, paid $616,165 in redress for similar practices in an October 2014 settlement with the FTC. customers, Segal said: “That’s a part of the ongoing process that we’re going through …

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"Creating fake profiles and selling services that are not delivered is unacceptable behavior for any dating website," Vermont Attorney General William Sorrell said.

will pay $1.6 Million to settle charges from both Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 13 states alleging that it misled its consumers about its privacy practices and did not do enough to protect their information.

Not only the company failed to protect the account information of its 36 Million users, but also it failed to delete account information after regretful users paid a $20 fee for "Full Delete" of their accounts.

We should see the company as “a safe alternative,” he says. Users also state whether they’re looking for a cyber affair, long-term relationship or short-term fling. It’s 2010, people: time to redefine morality.” The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.

.6 Million to settle charges from both Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and 13 states alleging that it misled its consumers about its privacy practices and did not do enough to protect their information.Not only the company failed to protect the account information of its 36 Million users, but also it failed to delete account information after regretful users paid a fee for "Full Delete" of their accounts.We should see the company as “a safe alternative,” he says. Users also state whether they’re looking for a cyber affair, long-term relationship or short-term fling. It’s 2010, people: time to redefine morality.” The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend. In 2013, Ashley Madison had to abandon launch plans there after it was met with staunch opposition. The company aims to raise 0m (£135m) from an initial public offering, and will use the funds to expand internationally. It currently has 34 million members in 46 countries around the world, including South Africa, Japan and South Korea. Ashley Madison has been helping adulterers unite since 2001. The company makes sure that nothing incriminating comes up on your credit card bill.Another site, JDI Dating, paid 6,165 in redress for similar practices in an October 2014 settlement with the FTC. customers, Segal said: “That’s a part of the ongoing process that we’re going through …

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