In July 2015, Ashley Madison, ‘The Original Extramarital Affairs Site’, was hacked. Pandemonium ensued when the names, details, and fetishes of its members were revealed to the world. Families were torn apart, and some people were even driven to suicide. But the leak also uncovered the true sprawl of the Ashley Madison empire, the fragile and fraudulent foundations upon which it was built.
User Reviews: Which is not something you got when registering at Ashley Madison I reckon. Seriously though: I had heard as many of something happening back then, but I hadn’t heard of the website before and never really looked into it. So while I understand that some may find this unsatisfying (just like the website apparently) or inconclusive, but it does quite a bit with the few minutes running time it has.
It does shed some light on what was going on and we get a couple of opinions of people involved or were affected by the website. Not the in-depth look some may have hoped for, but does enough to shed light on a controversial issue. I guess the rest can be found on the internet …