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"There's no such thing as bad publicity due to hackers releasing private data of our users." - Ashley Madison executives.

"Shh. Seriously, shh. Please be quiet."
"Shh. Seriously, shh. Please be quiet."

First, hackers released private data about who was using website Ashley Madison for "discrete" dating, aka cheating. Then, we found out that Ashley Madison users were overwhelmingly men and robots. And now, Ashley Madison's parent company has released a statement about how chill everything is over at illicit robot affair headquarters. 

Avid Media is bragging that "hundreds of thousands" of new users have signed up even since the hack, and that 87,596 of them are women. Just ladies, ladies everywhere. Human ladies. And you know what's so sexy about them? How they're not bots.

Sources: Ashley Madison (gross)