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Infidelity dating site Ashley Madison still gets thousands of new users every year — here's why

Business Insider Saturday, 13 October 2018
Infidelity dating site Ashley Madison still gets thousands of new users every year — here's why· Ashley Madison operates in 50 different countries, in 17 different languages.
· Ruben Buell, the company's director and CTO, said cheating isn't something that happens once in a blue moon.
· Even after the data breach in 2015, people keep coming back to the site.
· It's a better way to have an affair, said Buell, because...
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Even after a data breach in 2015, people are still using ashleymadison.com. Business Insider reports it operates in 50 different countries and in 17 different languages. The infidelity site reportedly currently sees 20,000 new sign ups a day. Over 40,000 affairs happen on the site every day.

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