Ashley Madison parent broke Canada, Australia privacy laws

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OTTAWA (Reuters) – The parent company of infidelity dating website Ashley Madison was responsible for numerous violations of privacy laws at the time of a massive release of customer data in a cyber attack last year, privacy watchdogs in Canada and Australia said on Tuesday.