A lot buzz on the internet over the exposure of the website AshleyMadison.com. According to CBS News, the website apparently connected people who wanted extramarital relationships. Hackers infiltrated the website and collected the names of 37 million members. Huh? Another source claimed the total was 39 million in the US and Canada. The hackers threatened to expose all the names if the website wasn’t taken down. The lawsuits are flying as well as the divorce papers. Now before millions of names are revealed, I just want to remind everyone that Monte Anderson is a very common name. Part of the buzz is about government employees using government computers to visit the site. And people wonder why Hillary Clinton didn’t like to use her government e-mail. I suppose it isn’t cool to use your home computer to look for a partner for an affair. I think it was only natural for government workers to use official computers since they were used to screwing the public. I’m not sure if all the names can remain secret in a class act lawsuit. Could be fun.
Monte is the author of 8 e-books: 3 novels, 3 non-fiction, 1 collection of short stories, and 1 novelette.
Buy Monte's e-books:
The Register cliff Rapist
The Clone Murders,
Archimedes of Syracuse: Leonardo da Vinci's Mentor,
Leadership for New Managers: Book Two
Angels and Gargoyles