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Anxious to head off any possible decline in usage, the site’s parent company on Monday offered its most in-depth information yet on how women use its site.“Last week alone, women sent more than 2.8 million messages within our platform,” Avid Life said in its statement.As Ashley Madison continues to fight hackers, the adultery site is waging a separate battle to prove it really has women using its service.Ashley Madison’s parent company Avid Life Media said in a statement on Monday that its site has continued to grow since a breach that saw hackers publish private information about its more than 37 million members.
“Overall, the picture is grim indeed,” Newitz wrote.“Last week, a reporter who claimed to analyze the stolen data made incorrect assumptions about the meaning of fields contained in the leaked data.This reporter concluded that the number of active female members on Ashley Madison could be calculated based on those assumptions.However, it quickly followed that news with a rebuke aimed at a report that Ashley Madison is a male-dominated platform nearly devoid of women.“Some journalists have turned the focus of the criminal act against Ashley Madison inside out, attacking us instead of the hackers,” the company wrote in its statement.
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