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The lawsuit, filed Thursday in the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, targets Avid Dating Life Inc.

and Avid Life Media Inc., the Toronto-based companies that run Ashley

In May of 2010, Canadians turned on their televisions to see Amanda Lang interview Claudia Opdenkelder on CBC’s The National about an issue of grave importance: Discrimination against cougars.

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In a message accompanying the release, the hackers said: "Hey Noel, you can admit it's real now." That appeared to be a riposte to the company's initial response to Tuesday's dump that the data may not be authentic. government officials, UK civil servants and executives at European and North America corporations. Former reality TV star and family values campaigner Josh Duggar admitted to cheating on his wife after reports he had subscribed to the site.

The earlier dump exposed millions of email addresses for customers of Ashley Madison — whose tagline is 'Life is short. In a sign of Ashley Madison's deepening woes following the breach, lawyers have launched a class-action lawsuit seeking some $760 million in damages on behalf of Canadians whose information was leaked.

There were many more magazine profiles of her, occasionally featuring cheesecake photos of Opdenkelder herself, and TV reports.

Usually she was described as the founder or president of Cougar Life. A Financial Post investigation has found that Opdenkelder is one of at least three women who were hired to pose as founders, executives or board members of niche dating websites owned by Avid Life Media Inc., the parent company of the adultery website Ashley Madison. Following a dispute over a promotional trip to Africa that Avid Life was not happy with, the company sent her a termination letter on Jan. In March, Opdenkelder served the company with a lawsuit seeking more than 0,000 in damages for reasons including lost income and mental distress.

Its class-action status "still needs to be certified by the court," the statement says.

Ashley Madison did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

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Lawyer Ted Charney told The Associated Press it is the first class-action suit filed against the companies in Canada. S., Missouri lawyers have filed a class-action lawsuit in U. District Court seeking more than million in damages.

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