We have posted about Ashley Madison before — it's the social networking site for married people looking to have affairs. This week, there's an interview in New York's Village Voice with the company's CEO, Noel Biderman. He says when an Ashley Madison billboard was removed from NYC's Times Square after numerous complaints, he was "disappointed, but not deterred." Biderman notes, "There's absolutely nothing illegal in what we do. We offer freedom of choice. I don't think a billboard is going to convince you to commit adultery. It just makes you aware of our service. People come to us because we offer them a lack of judgment. Step back and look at marriage and divorce rates. Monogamy is obviously up for debate." [Village Voice]
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