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Old 08-19-2015, 03:44 PM   #1
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Ashley, you have ruined my life !

Hacker's Ashley Madison data dump spreads havoc | Reuters

"Life is short. Have an affair"


I'm not a big fan of hackers,

but I am finding it hard to find any real victims here
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you are a net "plus"
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Raise your hand if you are surprised that Josh Duggar had an account.

Didn't think so.
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Remember when Peanuts TV specials were sponsored by Ashley Madison?


 
Ashley, Dolly, whatever.
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I'm quite uncomfortable with all these details being released. Moral crusaders really getting on their high horse. You don't know what's going on in people's lives. A couple of radio hosts here this morning told a woman live on air her husband was on the site. Despicable.

Also, can you really get shitty at the founders of the site when they're just creating something that there's obviously a massive market for?
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I'm quite uncomfortable with all these details being released. Moral crusaders really getting on their high horse. You don't know what's going on in people's lives. A couple of radio hosts here this morning told a woman live on air her husband was on the site. Despicable.

Also, can you really get shitty at the founders of the site when they're just creating something that there's obviously a massive market for?

Is it any different than other hackers who release information?


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Guys, I seriously can't handle this thread title .


But seriously, in general, these types of hackers do sicken me. Almost as much as this Ashley Madison site kinda sickens me.
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I'm quite uncomfortable with all these details being released. Moral crusaders really getting on their high horse. You don't know what's going on in people's lives. A couple of radio hosts here this morning told a woman live on air her husband was on the site. Despicable.

Also, can you really get shitty at the founders of the site when they're just creating something that there's obviously a massive market for?

Didn't that lady call up specifically asking the DJs to check if her husband was registered? If you don't want to find out that way, don't ask to find out that way.

Cheaters don't have a right to conduct their affairs privately, this is just a resource for anyone to check if their specific spouse is a dirtbag. The method used is certainly morally dubious but I'd say it's on par with stealing from thieves.

I do hope that the credit card information leaked doesn't enable fraud however. That would be unjustifiable.
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Of course it will enable fraud. If it's leaked, that's that.
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I'm a n00b on credit card fraud. Do you need the type of card, CVC, expiration date as well as the front number and name for fraud? No idea if all that is in this zip file. It hasn't been mentioned in any of the articles is read so wasn't sure if it was a further issue to this situation.
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Guys, I seriously can't handle this thread title .
It's absolutely cracking me up. You've ruined all of Interference's lives, Ashley.

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Raise your hand if you are surprised that Josh Duggar had an account.

Didn't think so.
Hahahaha that was such a shock.

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Cheaters don't have a right to conduct their affairs privately, this is just a resource for anyone to check if their specific spouse is a dirtbag. The method used is certainly morally dubious but I'd say it's on par with stealing from thieves.

I do hope that the credit card information leaked doesn't enable fraud however. That would be unjustifiable.
Yeah I think I concur with this. As much as there are ethical problems with dumping hacked data - especially if, for some reason, people who legitimately never used the site become implicated* - I cannot bring myself to have sympathy for cheaters. That's the sort of behaviour that does deserve to be exposed and called out. I don't care what's "going on in their lives" or whatever; cheating is not acceptable, full stop. The other thing this proves is the adage that if you don't want people to know something, don't post it on the Internet (no matter how private the website may claim to be). I am amused that evidently their paid total-delete feature did not in fact totally delete everything.

*I don't know how that would actually happen, but you know that within millions of names there are probably going to be a few incorrectly implicated for one weird reason or another. Maybe through stolen card info being used, impersonation, or whatever.
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Didn't that lady call up specifically asking the DJs to check if her husband was registered? If you don't want to find out that way, don't ask to find out that way.

Cheaters don't have a right to conduct their affairs privately, this is just a resource for anyone to check if their specific spouse is a dirtbag. The method used is certainly morally dubious but I'd say it's on par with stealing from thieves.

I do hope that the credit card information leaked doesn't enable fraud however. That would be unjustifiable.
I'm not sure, maybe that was the case. I didn't hear it. Fitzy & Wippa?

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Yeah I think I concur with this. As much as there are ethical problems with dumping hacked data - especially if, for some reason, people who legitimately never used the site become implicated* - I cannot bring myself to have sympathy for cheaters. That's the sort of behaviour that does deserve to be exposed and called out. I don't care what's "going on in their lives" or whatever; cheating is not acceptable, full stop. The other thing this proves is the adage that if you don't want people to know something, don't post it on the Internet (no matter how private the website may claim to be). I am amused that evidently their paid total-delete feature did not in fact totally delete everything.

*I don't know how that would actually happen, but you know that within millions of names there are probably going to be a few incorrectly implicated for one weird reason or another. Maybe through stolen card info being used, impersonation, or whatever.
I think it's all quite troublesome. Cheating is bad, sure. But I don't think it's as black-and-white as "not acceptable, full stop". What if a woman is seeking refuge from an abusive relationship? What about this?



Also, I don't like the "don't want it out there, don't post it" argument either. A cop-out. Reminds me of the icloud leak. Thousands of women all of a sudden had private naked pics they'd sent to lovers or whatever out there for everyone to see. To simply say "don't post it" is akin to victim-blaming imo.
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In a sense, I agree, but really, I think the "Don't Post It" adage is pretty sage advice, in general. Should I not have to worry about other people being stupid? Absolutely, BUT, the fact is, these leaks keep happening, so...nope not taking any >_> pictures with my cell phone.
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