Ashley-Madison is an online dating/social networking service that markets specifically to married individuals or those in a committed relationship. The site has more than 124 million visitors each month. On July 15, 2015, the site was hacked and customer data, including names, home addresses, sexual fantasy information, and credit card information, was stolen. The first round of customer names was released on July 15, 2015; several other releases followed. It appears approximately 39 million users have had their information and identities compromised.
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It is a bad idea to send compromising pictures and text messages to anyone. This post doesn’t provide enough space to list ALL the reason NOT to do it. If common sense and seemingly endless anecdotal evidence aren’t enough to convince you not to engage in the incredibly short-sighted and ill-advised activity of “sexting”, then perhaps a quick review of relevant law and legal ramifications will do the trick. …Read more
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Common sense tells us to never put things on social media that we wouldn’t want the whole world to see. Even if you understand and engage the privacy settings, there’s no guarantee that the photos, videos, or other material that you’ve uploaded and intended for the private viewing of selected friends and family won’t eventually make its way into the public domain.
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