It is no secret that hacked adultery site Ashley Madison are on the receiving end of a number of filed lawsuits, as victims of the hack claim a total of $500 million in damages.
Written by attorney Brian Powers, the post outlines the key messages stated in the site’s Terms and Conditions, which the company may try to use to defend itself from the multiple lawsuits against them.
Powers also identifies another problem for the claimants, being that Ashley Madison has given itself the right to modify its Terms and Conditions at anytime, and expects its users to check the print for regular updates.
This factor could have a huge impact on the weight of victim’s claims against the company, given that their continued use of the site means they automatically accept the changes.
Read the full article here.