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Anyone looking for love knows there’s nothing worse than finding a cheater on a dating app.
But what if you know this unfaithful person or they’re in a relationship with your friend? Waterloo, Ont., dating coach Chantal Heide says cheating has become much easier with dating apps because they facilitate the leading factor that causes people to cheat — attraction.
WATCH: How to navigate the world of online dating And it’s really easy for those who fall into the latter category, in particular.“The number one reason apps are the main tool for cheaters is convenience,” Heide explains.She is invoking a doctrine called waver of tort, which, according to her lawyer Paul Dollak, means that since she was hurt in the process of creating the profiles, Ashley Madison is 'profiting from her injury basically.'A terms and conditions section on the website states: 'You acknowledge and agree that any profiles of users and members, as well as, communications from such persons may not be true, accurate or authentic and may be exaggerated or fantasy.In his email to Mail Online, the Ashley Madison spokesperson provided several photos of Ms Silva showing 'no signs of her so called injury', including one of her on a jet-ski and one of her throwing her arms in the air in front of a city skyline.In an email sent to Mac Keeper, C&Z wrote: ‘Thanks for letting us know, the Mongo DB database was only live for a few hours as we were testing migrating data from SQL to Mongo DB, so most of them were just dummy data with randomly generated emails and passwords, and not our live database, we shut down the database about an hour ago, and there’s no data breach, only you guys had detected it…’ Mac Keeper does not believe this statement to be true.The online dating industry has met with some of the most notable data breaches over the past few years.