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  1. Ashley Madison

    Leaked Ashley Madison Data Goes Public

    They’ve followed through on their promises. Hackers who stole data from Ashley Madison, which facilitates married people who want to have affairs, have posted personal information on 36 million users — including 15,000 military or government addresses — after the site refused to shutter post-hack. While many are likely nervous about their extramarital fun-hunting being made public, they can always claim they had nothing to do with it: Ashley Madison doesn’t verify email addresses used to sign up, so anyone could be operating under an assumed identity. 

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