On the morning that the Ashley Madison hook-up-and-cheat-on-a-spouse website was hacked, and the data of 39 million of its subscribers was posted, I took the following screen shot:
It is amazing to me that they are still portraying themselves as protectors of people's privacy. Subscribers have a lot more than just a little digital "lipstick on their collars". Their user data and private "kinky" thoughts are out on the Internet for all to see. A little treasure trove of information for any divorce proceeding. If I had to bet on who hacked into Ashley Madison in the first place, I'd say it was a consortium of international divorce lawyers. Ya think?
Hackers Finally Post Stolen Ashley Madison Data: http://www.wired.com/2015/08/happened-hackers-posted-stolen-ashley-madison-data/
Ashley Madison International Website: https://www.ashleymadison.com/?c=1&lang=en_US&age_gate=0&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=%2Bashley+dating+sites&utm_content=b&utm_campaign=Ashley+Madison+-+US+-+Brand&utm_logged=1