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"Which we think is ridiculous, honestly."Yet this imperative for privacy is precisely why regaining the public trust is going to be an uphill battle for the infidelity website.
"There is a better way to have an affair," he said.Now, Ruben Buell, who became CTO at Ruby Life in February 2017 and took the reins as president last April, is looking to regain public trust."We want to let people know that Ashley is here, Ashley is strong as ever," said Buell in an interview with Engadget."Yes, there was an incident in 2015 that was extremely unfortunate, and that the firm has learnt from that, grown from that and moved on."The company had attempted to keep a low profile and tame its branding -- "Life is short.The logic: many couples are in sexless couplings but want to maintain their family; there's a disconnect between divorce being socially acceptable while non-monogamy is not; a discreet, anonymous dating platform allows users to take their roaming out of the workplace, which is Ashley Madison's "number one competitor." "Don't put your career at risk along with your marriage," he said."A lot of these women are looking to stray because they want to stay in their marriages.So they're looking at 'well I have the option of divorce or I have the option of having an affair but I'm not real happy just continuing in my daily life as things are now,'" he said, citing surveys Ashley Madison has done with its users.