Watch your back, cheaters! Big Brother is watching. We live in an era where clandestine affairs can be exposed in an instant. As a result of the recent Ashley Madison hack, extramarital flings have become public knowledge. [Below are charts which provide the number of such accounts in major cities around the world and, explicitly, how much was spent by clients in each of the 50 U.S. states.]
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The Ashley Madison dating site was created explicitly for men and women to seek connections outside of their respective marriages but the cyber-pimp’s failure to make good on its promise of confidentiality revealed a flawed system.
Noel Biderman, CEO of Avid Life Media which owns Ashley Madison, claimed that the site had equal opportunity connections for men and women, but in fact, the site’s members were primarily men by a staggering ratio of 28 million men to 5 million women.
The graph below shows each U.S. state organized by how many dollars it spends on Ashley Madison per capita. Alabama leads the charge, along with Colorado and Washington D.C. — even though that’s technically not a state. Surprisingly, a majority of the email addresses on the site, 15,000 of them, were linked to men who are U.S. government and/or officials.
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