Lex Jurgen - August 19, 2015
Anonymous hackers followed through on their threat to expose the private information of Ashley Madison subscribers by posting thirty million plus customer records onto the web via the Tor browser which allows for anonymous web surfing in the same manner that Ashley Madison allowed for anonymous online affairs. If you happen to be TMZ, a concerned spouse, or Russian credit card thieves, these millions of records will prove to be a treasure trove of personal information. The hacker group had threatened Ashley Madison to completely shut down or face release of all of their user records including credit card information and sexual fetish preferences. Ashley Madison went with the choice that fucked over their customers who they had been fucking over for years with fake female profiles and scam services on their site. Also, it might be time to return that Trusted Security Award medallion.
This is a dirty business all the way round, as cheating should be. If it were easy, everybody would be doing it. Fucking over millions of people's personal financial information seems a rather harsh remedy, but a solid reminder that absolutely nothing online is private. If you want to fuck a chick not your wife, you once more need to identify find the woman at the office who makes very poor decisions and convince her to meet you in motels for completely forgettable casual sex. Or just not get married, the option least considered by people who want to fuck around.
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