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There’s Lucy, 31, from Rochester, who enjoys cooking, theatre and books, and Jack, 46, from Hampshire, who describes himself as a ‘laid-back character who travels a lot with work and loves music and sport’. Matthew, a 59-year-old Londoner, hopes to meet a woman to ‘chat about life in general, politics, faith and social justice’, while Sally, 43, from Hertfordshire, wants ‘someone to keep me on my toes and make my pulse race’.But these profiles are far more sinister than that.Five credits buys a message to another member and 30 gets you 30 minutes of live chat.Founder Noel Biderman — a married father of two from Canada who set up the company with his wife Amanda — has claimed that affairs could be good for a marriage as they remove the stress of sexual frustration.The scenes came as Mrs May gave evidence to the powerful Liaison Committee, which is made up of senior MPs from across parties...Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called for the infrastructure update as NATO is set to overhaul its command structure for the first time since the Cold War, allegedly in response to Russia's 'war games'.At first glance, the profiles seem innocent enough.
Within an hour of signing up as a new female member, without a profile picture or any identifying details except a user name, age and location, I was contacted by 16 men, 13 of them married.‘I had my suspicions he was cheating and thought I’d set up my own account on a few of these sites so I could have a look,’ she admits. Hacking into a database and threatening to reveal their personal details shouldn’t be condoned.’She is working on a case in which a husband signed up to an extra-marital affairs site in order to catch out his unfaithful wife.They break up families, causing so much pain and suffering — and we have to deal with the children and wives and husbands whose lives are destroyed at the click of a button.’Despite the extreme ramifications of joining the site, Ashley Madison is astonishingly easy to use.Free to join, new members are asked to provide a user name and blurred photograph (the site will pixelate it for you or you can add a ‘disguise’, such as a mask). The introductory package is £39 for 100 credits or £179 for an ‘affair guarantee’ membership of 1,000 credits.Such is the site’s popularity that 1.2 million married and attached Britons have signed up — so one can only imagine the huge wave of terror felt by them yesterday when a group of hackers threatened to reveal the identities of Ashley Madison’s members.One of the site’s many opponents, a secretive group calling themselves The Impact Team, claim to have hacked into the online database and stolen the details and private messages.