Ashley Madison warned users they’d be flirting with fembots right in the terms of service

Ashley Madison users who are annoyed that they wasted money chatting with robots have no reason to be upset — it turns out the company told them all about it in its terms of service. The Guardian points out that before signing up with Ashley Madison, users had to agree that they understood that not all profiles on the site would be of real people and that the website created its own profiles for its own purposes. BACKGROUND: How Ashley Madison conned users into paying to flirt with fembots “We may create several different profiles that we attach to a given picture,” the terms read. “You understand and acknowledge that we create these profiles and that these profiles are not based on

via Tech News Headlines – Yahoo News


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