Many more politicians’ confessions surface after Ashley Madison hackers release second pilfered data, reports have stated. U.S. Legislators from all over the world have decided to stay ahead of accusations and confess that they have used the services of the cheat website Ashley Madison even though appearances suggested they were happily married.
As is the case with all leaked data, the world has got into a frenzy ever since hackers disclosed stolen data from dating and cheating website Ashley Madison. Many important persons have suddenly realized their secret lives could come to light and showed the first signs of fear.
Those, who could not take the pressure, have immediately given up and admitted that they had an account on the broken website, which they often used to cheat on their spouses. Two Republican politicians from Louisiana have chosen to publicly admit their connections with the website thinking their mistakes could thus, be halfway forgiven.
Their example was followed by important public persona from all over the world, who are facing serious accusations, according to the legislation in their country. It is also the case of Talab Abu Arar, an Arab lawmaker from Israel, whose e-mail address was found among the first disclosed data.
Unlike his predecessors, he tried to deny all the facts claiming that it was only a joke meant to affect his good reputation. He then reminded everyone that he was a practitioner of polygamy and therefore, did not lack women.
Perhaps the most interesting disclosure is the second release of data that Ashley Madison hackers have made on early Friday morning making reference to Avid Life (Ashley Madison’s partner) CEO Noel Biderman’s link with the dating website. The data release was accompanied by a message inviting the CEO to admit his familiarity with the website.
The new released data contains much more information than the previous volume, computer engineers have stated. The majority of the information has to do with administrative affairs of the company and not so much with the personal accounts of the users.
Ashley Madison, on the other hand, is trying to put an end to the leakage, but their efforts seem now in vain. So far, they have declared the leaked data as protected by copyright laws to prevent users from spreading it. In addition, some websites have been taken down because they published stolen data from Ashley Madison.
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