Nearly 90,000 women signed up last week, the company says.
The company and its roughly 39 million users have been reeling ever since hackers dumped reams of personal data on the worldwide web.
"This change is in the best interest of the company," a statement forwarded to press reads.
After an associate found a vulnerability in the site, the CEO said he wanted to steal the email addresses.
Typically, PR came first for the site's bosses.
This file apparently includes the emails of parent company Avid Life Media's CEO, after the first attempt was corrupted.
A Canadian man says that he paid $19 to have his personal data erased from the site, and was shocked when the hacking group known as the Impact Team released his data.
The hackers released a manifesto threatening to release the personal info of users if the site isn't taken down, calling its customers dirtbags who "deserve no such discretion."
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