Cheaters Totally Trusted Ashley Madison Not to Tell


Hackers have made public the private information of millions of users of Ashley Madison, which promotes itself as the go-to website for infidelity. Its motto: "Life is short. Have an affair."

The hackers have also released financial information about the company that runs it, Avid Life Media, and the emails of its CEO. The hackers say they aren't done yet.

Hey no fair! That's cheating!

Um, yeah.

Looks like that big black Karma rock over your head just broke loose.

In the interest of full disclosure, I too learned the hard way, but not that hard.

Posted by: Howie at 12:42 PM


1 Most were older white males. Older white males mostly vote republican so what do you expect from stupid people who vote republican?

Posted by: captain*arizona at August 24, 2015 02:08 PM

2 And I totally trust the Turks to keep their distance from Jedi Knights.

Posted by: Gork at August 24, 2015 02:18 PM

3 "Why back in the day we just dragged a hundred dollar bill behind a pickup through a trailer park. Ain't technology wonderful!" -Bill Clinton

Posted by: The Man from Athens at August 24, 2015 02:29 PM

4 captain arizona has not done the homework, "current white house personnel, lots of canadians eh, epa and others in govt" last I checked mostly libotards
either way hahaha idiots...

Posted by: John at August 24, 2015 04:41 PM

5 While I do not agree with their methods, if any website deserved to be used for making the point that security matters, it was this one.

Both the proprietors and the users are people willing to do serious harm to their families, just for fun.

I do not intend to search the data, but beyond that, my give-a-damn is busted.

Posted by: Valerie at August 24, 2015 05:28 PM

6 Captain*arizona has it wrong. People who believe in social innovations such as open marriage are mostly Democrats. So is Joe Biden's son, whose data was disclosed.

I would be willing to bet, however, that given the sheer numbers of memberships, the list must include somebody connected with every member of both Houses of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the White House, as well as all of the Federal agencies represented by Cabinet members.

Posted by: Valerie at August 24, 2015 05:34 PM

7 4&6 I said most not all are family values oath keeper republicans.

Posted by: captain*arizona at August 24, 2015 07:00 PM

8 Too bad two Canadians and a Texas police chief committed suicide over that.

And then..

Just because someone's name is on it, doesn't mean they cheated.

You know, men want to look.

They may have logged in to see if their wife was on it?
Maybe just to check to see if any of the girls were someone they knew?
And, like guys buying girly magazine's, just to look at the girls?
Unless the site spells out who hooked up with who, (a bad biz decision), then there is no proof who cheated!

Posted by: Phil at August 24, 2015 09:59 PM

9 Phil, I think the site charged several hundred bucks a month. Not something you sign up for out of curiosity, but expecting to get some serious philandering on.

Posted by: wooga at August 25, 2015 03:55 AM

10 In the Cleveland paper they list over 600 from Kent State U, about the same for Ohio State and several other colleges and universities.

Posted by: Phil at August 26, 2015 11:45 AM

11 The funny thing is that the guys were getting fooled - there were very few actual women using the website. See Gizmodo's column on it. 5.5 million woman accounts, but less than 20k active.

Posted by: tweell at August 27, 2015 07:23 PM

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