Ashley Madison’s CEO Peaced Out

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Oh, how convenient.

As the company falls apart amidst all this hacking mumbo jumbo, looks as creepy as he is Noel Biderman, the CEO and founder of adultery website Ashley Madison, is stepping down from his post or so saysparent company Avid Life Media:

“This change is in the best interest of the company and allows us to continue to provide support to our members and dedicated employees,” Ashley Madison’s parent company said in a statement. “We are steadfast in our commitment to our customer base.”

The website will be guided by its “existing senior management team” until a new CEO is selected. Last week, a group of hackers known as the Impact Team followed through on its promise to leak the information of millions of Ashley Madison users.

Ah yes, finally the support for all the hackers and cheaters. Finally! As you know, some of those exposed include celebrities like Josh Duggar and Real Housewives of New York City husband Josh Taekman. It was also reported that Biderman had multiple affairs himself even though he promised the public that he had not. And yet…

A detailed investigation from BuzzFeed News this week alleged that Biderman had lied. The site reported that close to 300 emails, dated between July 2012 and May 2015, were exchanged between the company’s founder and a Toronto woman, who called herself “Melisa from the spa.”

Ashley Madison’s parent company is already facing at least five lawsuits that could potentially cost the company more than a half-billion dollars.  So, good luck recovering from this one, AM.

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August 29th, 2015 at 2:03 pm

That’s what happens when you start a very unlikable business. I thought this was going to happen when it first started. I’m surprised it took this long!

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