Jul 222015
 July 22, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Online

In a commentary on the AshleyMadison.com hack (see DataBreaches.net for coverage of the hack), Rupert Myers writes:

Whether you hold that these men and women are the architects of their own misery who deserve everything that’s coming, or you couldn’t care less about the private lives of strangers, the power of individuals to disrupt the lives of millions is horrifying. Never before have we had the means by which one or two people could infiltrate privacy. A string of code can unpick lies the world over. Keystrokes can reveal our intimate thoughts, dreams, and fears.

Read more on The Telegraph.

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