Infidelity goes global as cheating site Ashley Madison expands

An evil multinational Canadian company expands further. Yay. (Not.)

TOKYO — He receives regular death threats, websites are devoted to his demise, the Vatican has sent letters of complaint and the Queen of Spain has sued him.

The man in question is not a criminal, a terrorist or a dictator. Instead, he is the businessman behind the world’s biggest website for extramarital affairs.

Noel Biderman is the Canadian founder of Ashley Madison, a controversial but globally popular adultery website that connects married men and women and discreetly enables them to have affairs.

Notorious for its catchy slogan, “Life is short. Have an affair”, the dating service is free for women, but men must pay.

“the dating service is free for women, but men must pay.” – so men are discriminated against. Interesting, that, eh?

Not that I especially care, in a case like this, but it’s interesting…

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