Avid Life Media rebuffs reports predicting Ashley Madison’s imminent demise

Avid Life Media rebuffs reports predicting Ashley Madison’s imminent demise

In a recently released statement, Toronto-based Avid Life Media - the parent company of Ashley Madison infidelity website - said that a huge number of people are still joining the Ashley Madison site even after its widely- reported hack in July.

Revealing that hundreds of thousands of people signed up for Ashley Madison last week, Avid Life Media said that the company is "growing," even despite the July cyberattack in which personal data of millions of Ashley Madison users was leaked online.

In an assertion that "recent media reports predicting the imminent demise of Ashley Madison are greatly exaggerated," Avid Life Media said that the company is continuing with its operations even after the exit of its founder and CEO Noel Biderman on Friday.

Furthermore, Avid Life Media has also rebuffed reports which claimed that the number of genuine female users of the adultery website is quite less. The company said that the internal data leaked by hackers has not been correctly analyzed.

In its disclosure about the number of active female users of Ashley Madison, Avid Life Media said the number of women who signed up for the infidelity website last week was approximately 87,600; and added: "Last week alone, women sent more than 2.8 million messages within our platform."

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