Hundreds of thousands of people signed up for infidelity website Ashley Madison in the last week, even after hackers leaked data about millions of its clients, the parent company Avid Life said today.
Earlier this month, hackers released Ashley Madison customer data after demanding the site be shut down. A second data dump contained thousands of emails and other company documents.
The company also hit back at reports that the site had few genuine female users, saying internal data released by hackers had been analysed incorrectly.
"Last week alone, women sent more than 2.8 million messages within our platform," Avid Life said, adding that 87,596 women had also signed up for Ashley Madison last week.
On Friday Chief Executive Officer Noel Biderman had left the company by mutual agreement.
Barack Obama is to venture into the Alaskan wilderness with British survival expert Bear Grylls to explore the impact of climate change on the environment for at elevision programme, it has been announced.
The special edition of Running Wild with Bear Grylls will be broadcast later this year on NBC.
Located on the northwest tip of America, Alaska is known for its icy terrain, mountains and freezing temperatures.
Grylls, who has served with the SAS and wrestled sharks and alligators, has taken a string of celebrities on one-on-one adventures to test their survival skills on the series.
So far, actresses Kate Winslet and Kate Hudson and Magic Mike star Channing Tatum have all taken part in the show.
The family of Paul Gallihawk who died while competing in the swimming leg of a triathlon have spoken of their devastation.
His girlfriend, Hayley Wright, added: "Paul and I had been together for five years and he was the most amazing and thoughtful partner. He was incredible in every way and he always put others before himself. I loved him to bits and always will."
The 34-year-old disappeared during a 750m swim at the start of the Ocean Lake Triathlon at Leybourne Lakes in Kent on Saturday morning.
The hunt for Mr Gallihawk, from Maidstone, resumed this morning and his body was later found in the lake by search teams.
Austrian police have begun checking the hundreds of refugees who have boarded trains from Budapest bound for western Europe - and will return those who have already applied for asylum in Hungary.
The remaining migrants will be given two weeks to apply for asylum in Austria or be returned to their last transit country.
Trains are being stopped at Hegyeshalom on the border with Hungary, with police confirming that no Vienna bound services have left the station as yet.
Four people are missing and four were seriously injured after an explosion at a fireworks factory near Zaragoza in Spain, emergency services have said.
The cause of the explosion at the factory on the outskirts of the city, near the city's airport, is still unknown.
The blast at the factory, which makes fireworks and matches, was heard across the city.