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Startup takes heat over online tool that checks Ashley Madison data

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    A small Washington, D.C.-based startup accused of crude marketing centered around the Ashley Madison data breach said Monday it is changing its tactics amid criticism.

    Trustify, a 10-person company that launched in March, runs a web-based service for connecting people with private investigators for $67 an hour.

    Last week, it created an online tool that lets people check if their email address was in the large dump of stolen user information from the extramarital hookup site.

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