The cheating website Ashley Madison was hacked and all of its users’ information was stolen, according to the website’s parent company Avid Life Media.
Hackers who call themselves the Impact Team have threatened to release all the information if the website does not shut down. The website is mostly known for its ability to allow married spouses to find others to cheat with.
The news jumped across social media Monday.
— Henry (@sfmoca) July 20, 2015
Cheaters are scum, let the world know the truth. #ashleymadison
— Danny Phantom (@Deja_Revolu) July 20, 2015
— Kevin McDonald (@kmcshotoftheday) July 20, 2015
If you don't have kids, your #AshleyMadison account should be exposed, but if there are children involved, they should be left alone.
— iSheem™ (@Sheem166) July 20, 2015
No doubt the #AshleyMadison hacked list is all Clark Kents and Seymour Butts
— Mckenzie Cassidy (@mtaylorcassidy) July 20, 2015
— Dizzy Chick (@DizzyChickie) July 20, 2015
— Dandelion Dollars (@DandelionDollar) July 20, 2015
Cheating's about the thrill of getting caught so #AshleyMadison users, you're welcome.
— Matthew Tsang (@MattThanksYou) July 20, 2015
— Ed Hill (@kingedhill) July 20, 2015