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"Our new team is committed to taking care of our members and to building on our portfolio of unique and open-minded online dating brands," said Millership.
"Millions of people have continued to connect on our sites during the past year and they deserve a discreet, open-minded community where they can connect with like-minded individuals." Millership reinforced that bots will no longer be used at Avid Life Media and Ashley Madison.
A recent statement from Avid Life Media indicates how the company plans to proceed.
The statement announces "a new direction and total repositioning" of the service, with newly appointed chief executive Rob Segal and president James Millership at the helm.
"Ashley Madison today is about so much more than infidelity, it's about all kinds of adult dating," the website says.
It remains to be seen if its 46 million members agree.
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Big changes and big problems are on their way for Ashley Madison. An Ernst and Young report confirmed that Avid Life Media, owner of Ashley Madison, used fake dating profiles to impersonate women and scam unwitting male users into entering their credit card information.The hits keep coming after the adultery dating site’s high-profile hack last year. According to Gizmodo, Ashley Madison created more than 70,000 female bots in a “sophisticated, deliberate, and lucrative fraud.” The faux females would initiate chats with men by saying things like “Hmmmm, when I was younger I used to sleep with my friend’s boyfriends. users say they exchanged messages with foreign fembots until late in 2015.Former users of Ashley Madison may notice other key changes.The site has undergone significant makeover, with a new “look and feel” that is distinctly less obvious about the adultery theme.
Federal Trade Commission investigation and a flood of lawsuits over the site’s use of “fembots” to lure cheating men.I guess old habits die hard although I could never sleep with their husbands.” Avid claims it shut down the bot accounts in the United States, Canada and Australia in 2014, and by late 2015 in the rest of the world. Now a handful of such users have filed class action suits against the company.