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Why the Ashley Madison hack could pose a national security risk

GUEST: We all know cyber security is a hot issue these days. A new hack or cyber security threat seems to make headlines each week. The most recent news on this front, of course, is that hackers have accessed 50 million user accounts of Avid Life Media, the owner of cheating service Ashley Madison and dating […]

Ashley Madison leak exposes how social networks fall short as news providers

GUEST: If you use social media for work but you’re still not sure what the Digital Millennium Copyright Act is, this post could save you your reputation and your employer a lot of money. You don’t have to be a lawyer to read and understand this post. I’m not. I’ll explain what the DMCA is in […]

Not Everybody Went to Ashley Madison For Extramarital Sex

Hackers threaten to expose clients of the extramarital dating site—but many aren't even there for sex. Every morning, I ask my boyfriend the same question: “How did you sleep?” And every morning, I receive the same answer: “In a bed.” Wait—that’s not exactly right. Show More Summary

Adultery Gone Awry on the Internet

FindLaw columnist Eric Sinrod writes regularly in this section on legal developments surrounding technology and the Internet. The Ashley Madison site declares on its home page that "Life is short. Have an affair." The home page goes on to state that "Ashley Madison is the world's leading married dating service......

Online Infidelity Hack Raises National Cheater Anxiety

Last week it was announced via KrebsOnSecurity that Ashley Madison, a website/app that helps married people cheat on their spouses, was compromised, with hackers threatening to systematically release the names, passwords, profiles and credit card information of AM's 37.5 million members unless the site permanently shuts down. Show More Summary

AshleyMadison.com – Beyond the Hack

The big story behind the Ashley Madison hack has nothing to do with the fact that 38 million cheaters were just exposed --here's why it affects every single one of us... The post AshleyMadison.com – Beyond the Hack appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The allure of Ashley Madison: I understand how easy it could be to have an emotional affair

Hackers threaten to expose clients of the extramarital dating site—but many aren't even there for sex

Is it possible to permanently delete a social media profile?

The 37 million people using the Ashley Madison adultery service have to pay to have their accounts deleted, but deleting yourself online might be impossible

Ashley Madison Leak No Big Deal? Think Again

You may be aware that Ashley Madison, a “discreet” online dating site targeted primarily at cheating spouses, was recently hacked. The site has garnered controversy for many years, largely by running ads like these: The hackers, whoShow More Summary

These are the 19 worst data breaches in history

Nearly every week a fresh report breaks about a company falling victim to hackers and having its customers’ personal details leaked online. This fact was showcased on Monday when news broke affair site Ashley Madison had fallen victim to hackers and had an undisclosed number of its customers' personal details leaked online. Show More Summary

PR: How Ashley Madison Can Earn Trust Back

Each organization should have some type of crisis management plan. Ashley Madison, a site catered to people in committed relationships wishing to have an affair, has been hacked. Although it’s hard not to say, “What goes around comes...Show More Summary

What No One is Saying About the Ashley Madison Hack

When a man is emotionally out of integrity, is it better to lie about the desire to cheat? The post What No One is Saying About the Ashley Madison Hack appeared first on The Good Men Project.

It’s the Sundaylies, with Ashley Madison, A Guide to Menstruation, and Chipotle’s GMOs

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Reddit Users Share Fake Ashley Madison Leaked Lists, Tips For Finding Out If Your Name Is Hacked

Those closely following the Ashley Madison hack are turning to Reddit on a daily or hourly basis for updates. Recently, Reddit users discussed receiving spam emails with their Ashley Madison login and user names in the subject line, quite a disconcerting bit of email to receive, as reported by the Inquisitr. Show More Summary

Weekend Words: Cheat

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On Wednesday, Reuters reported that hackers have threatened to expose the identities of thousands of users at the adultery website Ashley Madison, whose slogan is "Life is short. Have an affair” — a breach that “could be disastrous for one whose business model is based on complete confidentially.”

Update: Ashley Madison Hacked Users Get SPAM Emails As ‘Was He On Ashley Madison?’ Site Goes Up For Sale

The updates to the Ashley Madison hacked situation grows as users gather to update each other on the progress of the Impact Team’s hacking. As reported by the Inquisitr, one Ashley Madison customer called customer service three times. Show More Summary

8 facts you probably didn't know about Ashley Madison, the website that helps people cheat on their spouses

Brace yourselves for a staggering statistic in light of the recent Ashley Madison hack: A jaw-dropping one in five residents of Ottawa, Ontario has an Ashley Madison profile, says Reuters. That's a higher percentage per capita than any other city in Canada, and potentially, says the company, in the world. Show More Summary

Ashley Madison hack signals end of promiscuous online identity use

If anybody is still laboring under the mistaken belief that anything online can remain private and secure, this week should have seen them finally admit defeat. In the US, UCLA Health reported ) that 4.5 million health records had been compromised. Show More Summary

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