Data has been analysed from the site’s user base, and suspicious activity has been unmasked.
As in: nearly all the female accounts were fake and maintained by the company’s staff, and most of the genuine users were dudes.
Are we surprised? People, c’mon now. We knew this to be the truth in our hearts. In fact, all we had to do was remember the original message from the hackers and we never would’ve allowed ourselves to entertain thoughts of scandalous adultery, scintillating deceptiveness, and divorce lawyers working overtime.
Here is some of the most damning data:
– Only 1,492 of the women in the database had ever checked their messages on the site. That’s compared with more than 20million men.
– Only 2,409 of the women had ever used the site’s chat function, versus more than 11million men.
– Only 9,700 women had ever responded to a message from another person on the site, versus almost 6 million men. This number was greater than the number of women who checked messages because it’s possible to answer messages in bulk when you first visit the site, without ever opening your inbox.
– Out of the minuscule amount of women that actually signed up to the site, it’s looking like they never did anything.
Worst. Party. Ever.