Where to promote dating sites
A Paris civil court said that promoting infidelity in advertisements wasn't unlawful because adultery isn't a criminal offense in France and that cheating on one's spouse is a private matter."It is a victory of freedom of speech over religious bigotry," Caroline Mecary, the lawyer for Gleeden, told The Associated Press.The French Catholic association had accused Gleeden of helping people commit adultery and break one of the obligations of marriage.
Sugar baby Milena, 25, from West Hollywood defends herself against suggestions that these arrangements may be considered prostitution."The plaintiff sought to use legal proceedings to promote a reactionary and conservative vision of the couple and the family, but the court was not fooled." Mecary said the case was the first of its kind to be brought to a French court.Gleeden, a website founded by two French businessmen in 2009 with headquarters in New York, is mainly for married women and men looking to date other married people.It's lawyer, Erwan Le Morhedec, said he thinks there is legal grounds for an appeal."Freedom of speech, especially in the advertising field, has legal limits," he told The AP in a phone interview.