Dating website for cheating spouse
This is what Tim Cook was talking about earlier this year when he said we don't live in a post-privacy world. The Ashley Madison hack includes customer names, credit card data, physical addresses and sexual preferences. This hack proves that you need to exercise extreme caution if you're going to share your deepest, darkest secrets. Even major American banks use second-rate security. As a hive of cheaters, it has long been the antagonist of betrayed spouses. And the company behind the website, Avid Life Media, knew it couldn't protect user data.
Using your real name or payment information is a hazard.
Just plug in a name or email address, and you'll find out if someone who signed up for the service.
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It's a prosecutable offense that can land you a year in confinement and a dishonorable discharge.
What about people who used Ashley Madison to engage in gay affairs?
A quick search of a small subset of Ashley Madison users listed two in the United Arab Emirates.
Their addresses are most likely legitimate, because they were tied to the credit card they used to pay for the service, according to one computer researcher. And in total, the data makes it easy to hunt someone down. For example, the database shows if a person was listed as a married "male seeking male" with a "someone I can teach" sexual fantasy looking for a "boy next door." Or an "attached female seeking male" with a "spanking" fantasy seeking "a Don Juan." The listed sexual fantasies range from master/slave relationships to cross dressing and exhibitionism.
You feel betrayed, and as if everything that you’ve built and worked so hard in developing throughout your relationship was a bunch of bologna, and now you’ve lost trust with your partner.The reasons could be one of many things, but all that really matters is that they’re excuses.When someone is in an exclusive relationship, it goes without saying that being in an online dating website or app is wrong, and inappropriate.Having a dating site profile online and being active on it is beyond inappropriate and definitely a form of emotional cheating. If you need a confidence booster, then there are many other ways to go about it.If you’re keeping your options open behind your partner’s back, then that’s just plain old shady and messed up.