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Ashley Madison hack will out the users, but also shows everyone's privacy is doomed

Ashley Madison breach offers land of milk & honey for divorce lawyers, & a lesson for adulterers: there's no contract

For divorce lawyers, the breach in the firewalls of Ashley Madison is like the breach in the walls of Jericho, when the trumpets did sound for seven go-rounds and the walls came tumbling down. Soon we'll be making money hand over fist.

It's also a reminder of how silly we are when we suppose that adultery is a contract that promises mutual silence and non-entanglement, even at a time when marriage itself is less of a real contract than ever. There are so many ways for the truth to get out.

For the rest of the story, as told by Northern Virginia family lawyer, bar leader, and tech-security guru Sharon Nelson, see:

You May Rue Your Cheating Heart: Ashley Madison Breached

 

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