Hacked data from more than 1.1m members of an ‘elite’ dating site has been sold online, it has been claimed. The controversial site, BeautifulPeople.com, was hacked in November and details including sexual preferences, income, addresses and 15 million messages between users were stolen. Now it has been claimed by Forbes the data has been sold online to a mystery buyer. Scroll down for video The controversial site, BeautifulPeople.com, was hacked in November and details including sexual preferences, income, addresses and 15 million messages between users were stolen. WHAT IS BEAUTIFULPEOPLE.COM? BeautifulPeople.com describes itself as ‘an exclusively beautiful community, founded for the purpose of creating personal and professional relationships.’BeautifulPeople has been described as an ‘elite online club, where every member works the door’.BeautifulPeople is the first community of its kind. To become a member, applicants are required to be voted in by existing members of the opposite sex. Members rate new applicants over a 48 hour period based on whether or not they find the applicant ‘beautiful’. Should applicants secure enough positive votes from members, they will be granted membership to the BeautifulPeople community.’The vote is fair and democratic,’ the site says. BeautifulPeople.com describes itself as ‘a playground for the aesthetically blessed’. It has hit the… Read full this story
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