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Ashley Madison was a bunch of dudes talking to each other, data analysis suggests


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Almost None of the Women in the Ashley Madison Database Ever Used the Site

 

When hacker group Impact Team released the Ashley Madison data, they asserted that “thousands” of the women’s profiles were fake. Later, this number got blown up in news stories that asserted “90-95%” of them were fake, though nobody put forth any evidence for such an enormous number. So I downloaded the data and analyzed it to find out how many actual women were using Ashley Madison, and who they were.

 

What I discovered was that the world of Ashley Madison was a far more dystopian place than anyone had realized. This isn’t a debauched wonderland of men cheating on their wives. It isn’t even a sadscape of 31 million men competing to attract those 5.5 million women in the database. Instead, it’s like a science fictional future where every woman on Earth is dead, and some Dilbert-like engineer has replaced them with badly-designed robots.

 

Those millions of Ashley Madison men were paying to hook up with women who appeared to have created profiles and then simply disappeared.

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Funny story, I just got an email about an upcoming assignment and browsing thru the contacts and saw a name I seen from the hacked list in a close area to my home. I later got confirmed that this dude got busted but was wondering since everybody knows, what should I do. I'd love love to ask him some questions, especially after all is done and it won't effect any work.

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