CEO Of Ashley Madison Parent Company Steps Down Amidst Hacking Scandal

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Trust them to always do what is right. Although nobody has sued the company, but people fear a lot of people will do that in
days to come.
So a week after hackers’ first published stolen data from
the infidelity website Ashley Madison, parent company Avid Life Media’s chief
executive officer Noel Biderman has tendered his resignation.
“Effective today, Noel Biderman, in mutual agreement with
the company, is stepping down as Chief Executive Officer of Avid Life Media
Inc. (ALM) and is no longer with the company. Until the appointment of a new
CEO, the company will be led by the existing senior management team,” the
company wrote in a statement.

AshleyMadison.com has been at the center of a hacking
scandal like we have been keeping you updated. First a woman filed for divorce
after 1.2 users information like full names, email addresses, sexual
preferences, partial credit information, profile information and more were made
public. Two people among the website users have also been said to have committed
suicide when they couldn’t face the ‘exposure’.
Police are still hunting for the hackers, while the website
have made a mouth-watering offer for anyone with any information about the
hackers.

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