The parent company of Ashley Madison was hacked this past Sunday and confirmed that the personal information of its users was compromised. Although the company has posted on its website a policy of staying “firmly committed to privacy,” a Brockton individual’s name, profile ID, home and email address, and “list of fantasies” was recently posted online. “You can imagine somebody that may have their life coming down around them with a possible divorce or public ridicule. It’s not farfetched to think that there could be some kind of lawsuit filed,” Peter J. Caruso II stated.
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