The owner of AshleyMadison.com, a website which offers "discreet" dating services to users seeking extramarital affairs, has settled charges with states and the federal government following a hack last year that exposed 36 million users' accounts. 'Discreet' cheating website Ashley Madison suffers data breach This is the worst password from the Ashley Madison hack In defense of the cheating scumbags caught up in the Ashley Madison hack In Ashley Madison's wake, here's one man's story of sex, sorrow and extortion Ashley Madison hack: How much user data did'Paid delete' function obliterate? 'Discreet' cheating website Ashley Madison suffers data breach Ashley Madison hack: How much user data did'Paid delete' function obliterate? In a statement on Wednesday, the Federal Trade Commission said the Toronto-based website owner, Ruby (formerly known as Avid Life Media) must pay $1.6 million in charges as a result of the breach. The company must also implement a comprehensive data security plan.
Every January, companies get real busy telling us it's about time we all lost some weight. Well, James Corden and supermodel Ashley Graham are here to tell us that we actually don't need to do any of that. In a cover version of Billy Joel's "Just The Way You Are" performed on The Late Late Show, Graham and Corden reminded all of us that we don't need to change our bodies for other people. No matter what else might be wrong with us... Bryan Cranston and Lana Condor go back to school in'To All the Boys' inspired song Watch a 1950s TV villain named'Trump' try to con people into building a wall
Furniture shopping real talk: All the nice stuff is expensive, all the cheap stuff is horrendous, and if you're shopping online, the added shipping price is always astronomical. You can't narrow down your options to save your life, so you put off the purchase and deal with your current furniture that you hate with a passion. Okay, that might be dramatic, but still. Except for this week, because Amazon is having a huge Father's Day sale on dining chairs, desks, end tables, and more from Ashley Furniture (like, up to 53% off). And Prime customers get free shipping on all of it.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen posted their first public selfie on Wednesday and even if you think you don't care, you do. The twins snapped the photo for Sephora as part of an Instagram takeover supporting their fashion line, Elizabeth and James. Sporting sunglasses and their signature red carpet pout, we're sure they're also wearing trendy outfits (that we can't see) or at least smizing beneath their shades. "First public selfie ever," reads the caption, obviously worded that way lest we ever discover their private Instagram accounts by some miracle.