The Ashley Madison hack and the brave new world of internet morality

What, if anything, should a moral, liberal-minded person think about the hacking of the infidelity website Ashley Madison? And by ‘liberal-minded’, please note, I do not mean ‘Liberal Democrat-minded’, for such a person would perhaps merely think ‘Can I still join?’ and ‘I wonder if my wife is already a member, though?’ and ‘But will I find anybody prepared to do that thing I like with the pillow and the chicken?’

  • Ramonshelton

    It’s All About You b-l-a-z-i-n-g-c-a-t-f-u-r < Make It Easy

  • Exile1981

    I know a few people who are likely going to be concerned when that list comes out.

  • There is an assumed risk with all “extra” affairs.

    There are many ways to get “caught”.

    I suppose the “Ashley Madison” incident, it is better than bringing home syphilis.

  • UCSPanther

    I think the smart thing to do if you want to engage in scandalous acts, is to not leave evidence of it.

    As history shows, “Sex Tapes” can be the ultimate gift to a blackmailer…