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In general, more men than women use online dating—some 13% of men compared to 9% of women in the United States, according a Pew Research Centre study in 2013.Men also use their dating accounts more, according to a 2010 study of online dating published in American Economic Review (pdf): Men view three times more profiles than women, and send three times as many first-contact emails."Millions of people have continued to connect on our sites during the past year and they deserve a discreet, open-minded community where they can connect with like-minded individuals." The statement said the company's forensic accounting investigation confirmed that "bots" were no longer in use, stopped in North America in 2014 and internationally in 2015."My understanding is that bots are widespread in the industry, but they are no longer being used, and will not be used, at Avid Life Media and Ashley Madison," said Millership.Ashley Madison’s hack gave insight to a world where millions of men swapped messages with female-impersonator bots.But though more men than women use online dating overall, it seems that some major dating websites successfully subvert this trend.The Canadian affair dating service Ashley Madison has been operating for over 10 years and is currently the most internationally well-known affair dating agency.Over 36 million affair seekers have already registered here!

Last year, a hacker group released what was said to be personal data on more than 30 million members of Ashley Madison.

There is an easy-to-use interface and one that is quite clean, simple and rather innocent looking (when you first login, of course).

This, as it would seem, helps the website to live up to its aspiration of discretion.

Ashley Madison is an extreme example of this male-heavy ratio.

Prior to the July hack, the adulterous dating website claimed that 30% of its clients were female.