That conclusion was wrong.” The company added that nearly 88,000 women had signed up for Ashley Madison in the last week. 26, gadget-news site Gizmodo published a blog post written by editor-in-chief Annalee Newitz that examined the makeup of Ashley Madison’s userbase and how users actually engaged with the site.
Newitz found that while the leaked Ashley Madison database shows 5.5 million female profiles, “there’s a good chance that about 12,000 of the profiles out of millions belonged to actual, real women who were active users of Ashley Madison.” Newitz explained in detail how so many of Ashley Madison’s accounts could be fake, saying that she found disparities in e-mails and IP addresses.
The women’s accounts show so little activity that they might as well not be there.” The report, which as of this writing has notched nearly 2 million pageviews, caught the attention of news outlets and celebrities, alike.
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