Ashley Madison or its affiliates such as Fling, AFF, Cougar Life etc have yet not cheated its client

Ashley Madison or its affiliates such as Fling, AFF, Cougar Life etc have yet not cheated its client

Of what I have read into, half of thirty seven million users are swingers, who are too self assured in putting brave face, even if humiliating pink slip goes through

I take, Western countries where web development systems (like ALM, Toronto) offer goods/services also pay regular tax? Whereas user’s details (name,address) may exist for verification purpose only…?

In today’s time, it takes awhile in scanning somebody’s intention because in such moments of weakness, one is very vulnerably exposed and can be taken advantage of. For instance, what if he/she is luring me to secure financial gains. As foreigner, what if he/she’s seeking sponsorship- green card entry in my nation. Does concerned person have mental issue or fixated upon certain fetish. And if they were former Ex-cons, Liars, Petty thieves, Black listed persons, loan defaulters… what then? Considering these logical inputs, i wonder how people even have flings anymore!

Many hackers’ worldwide, have considered this David vs Goliath battle with fling- hook up sites since time immemorial but were ‘very wise’, in backing out in first hour itself. ‘Impact Team’ isn’t the first or last bunch of ‘heroes’ in doing so. What this immature group has pitched isn’t just haphazard, with incorrect perspective it is unachievable and bound to backfire drastically chatfriends rozmowy. Scenario appears backed up by moral policing and judgmental thinking, more than anything else.

Distressed users shouldn’t be afraid of such revelation. Barking dogs seldom bite. Rich people have lawyer’s backed up and it doesn’t even make for criminal/civil offence if name’s are realized? Conclusively, it’s a road block ‘Impact Team’ won’t implore upon and will timely waive white flag that would read

Quit being all puritanical people. Everyone contemplates cheating a few times in the course of a marriage, and really who cares what anyone else things. These hackers committed a federal crime no matter how you slice it, and my guess is that they did a lousy job of covering their tracks. One of them will be caught, questioned, forced to finger his accomplices, and eventually the whole gang will go down. Wait six months. It will happen. I pay a lot of attention to these crimes, and this is how it goes down. Also the most AM members are in Washington D.C. which necessarily means it includes people in government, law enforcement and politics. This is automatically a high-priority case for the FBI…..the hackers really f-ed up on this.

Adultery is also criminal offense in 23 states in some it is a felony punishable by years in prison and thousands of dollars. Once the files get dumped in multiple places, in foreign countries across the web, it will be impossible to undo it regardless of if they catch the hackers or not.

“Adultery is generally a misdemeanor in states that recognize it as criminal wrongdoing; however, such criminal statutes are rarely invoked.”

It also used to be illegal for a white person to marry a black person and for any person to perform sodomy, so your “…It’s illegal in 23 states…” ree.

If governments are earning via atrocious activities (including porn parodies), than what’s this brouhaha all about?

First, regardless of state statutes regarding adultery, computer hacking is a Federal felony. That means FBI, MI5, CSIS and yes, our good friends at the NSA are already cooperating in the search for the hackers. Ignore a hack that devastates the privacy of some 37 million people because they may or may not have been involved in a crime that no DA in his right mind would try prosecute? Not likely.