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When the breach was made public in November he said the number of ''active members'' affected was ''considerably less than 42 million''.
How many non-active members details were breached was never disclosed.
The tall, slim, blonde, twenty-something joined largely for the networking aspect (and because she is a friend of Segaram).
She lives in Chelsea, owns a Fiat 500, and would like to buy an Audi R8 one day, or maybe a white Lamborghini, something to stand out from the crowd: “Definitely not a black supercar — what’s the point in that? I have quite a nice life in Chelsea and — I’m trying to think how to say this without sounding obnoxious — it’s nice to have people with common interests.” How does she feel about being called a Fine Living Companion?
In January last year, hackers gained unauthorised access to Cupid web servers and stole the personal information of what was reported to be 42 million users across the globe.
A supercar is a totem that shows you enjoy a certain lifestyle and a certain way of socialising.” Macsweeney is a partner in City Doc Medical, a private healthcare provider, and owns a bright orange Lamborghini Gallardo. I’ve seen guys who, let’s just say, if they were in any other walk of life, well, they would find things more challenging socially.And, apparently, we shouldn’t leap to sexist conclusions, because 20% of the supercar owner-members are women, says founder Sangeeth Segaram, 34, who drives a Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 roadster.Membership of the dating club costs £65 a month or £380 a year for supercar owners (who are asked to provide proof of ownership) and includes exclusive social events and access to the members-only dating and networking site.Before Wednesday the number of Australians exposed was also unknown until it was revealed by the Privacy Commissioner.The personal information included full name, date of birth, email addresses and passwords.