Desperate to limit the damage, Canadian-based Ashley Madison appears to have caved in to some of their demands by suspending a £15 fee for members wanting to wipe their accounts — a bone of contention for the hackers, who said that the payers’ details would still be kept on the company’s system.
One of those hurt wives is Sarah Gould, 34, from Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, who until January 2013 was happily married — or so she thought — to Rich, 36, a computer engineer.
They’d been wed for ten years, had a six-year-old son, James, and lived in a three-bedroom house in a pretty cul-de-sac.‘We had a gorgeous family and were very loving and close-knit,’ says Sarah.
‘We had a wide social circle and got on well with each other’s parents.
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.
They warn that unless the site is shut down with immediate effect, they will expose its 37 million cheating users worldwide by publishing their names, addresses and explicit images online.
Obesity related illness could take an increasing toll on the NHS, the team from Edinburgh University warn, as almost half of nurses are over the age of 45.Researchers from London South Bank University and Edinburgh Napier University set out to assess obesity prevalence among healthcare professionals working in England.The study, published in the journal BMJ Open, saw them examine data from more than 20,000 working-age adults who took part in the Health Survey for England between 20.At first glance, the profiles seem innocent enough.
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’.
I still haven’t found a way to explain what his daddy did that was so bad.’Jo Welch, the group’s commercial director, says the number of messages they have had from those whose marriages have broken down due to infidelity websites such as Ashley Madison has soared in recent years.‘Websites like this are disgraceful.