And while we're putting things aside, let's also overlook the fact that in seeking to find out how women feel about their marriages, he drew his subjects entirely from a website that women visit specifically to cheat.And from conversations among people who were seeking to be anonymous and who had ample reason to be less than candid.
Let's put aside too, as a probable clerical error, that the study's press release calls Anderson a professor of masculinity, sexuality, and sport, but the University of Winchester website lists him merely as Professor of Sports Studies, and that seven of his 10 books are about sports and only one is about relationships.However, It’s unlikely to be a prevention measure, because once the personal data has been publicly exposed over the Internet, it becomes almost next to impossible to stop its spread.I used to use AM and I have noticed that I have tricked many times on the recived several email from alleged AM members and when I have sent a reply the reply cost me credit, but the sender of the email suddenly dissappeard or never replied back. It’s also a complete lie," the group wrote in a statement released Sunday."Users almost always pay with the credit card; their purchase details are not removed as promised and include real name and address, which is, of course, the most important information the users want to be removed." Avid Life Media is working with law enforcement agencies to investigate this criminal act and also using Digital Millennium Copyright Act to get the personal data the hackers have disclosed so far removed from the Internet.