Larry Flynt, a guy who defends free speech and sexual freedom if there ever was one, has this advice for anyone worried by the hack of cheater site ashley madison: Muzzle yourself.
“Don’t do or say anything you wouldn’t want to read about on the front page of The New York Times,” said the owner of Hustler magazine and owner of businesses that sell sexually explicit clips online.
It might be too late for many folks who, lured by a supposed cloak of digital anonymity, have shared their innermost wishes, fetishes and fantasies on dating and best porn sites like pornhub and theporndude. And those companies know that their digital troves of secrets are exactly what make them a target for emboldened hackers. For the web adult entertainment segment, which accounts for more than 15% of Internet traffic, the trend is particularly worrisome.
“I don’t know if anybody is prepared for something like this,” said Joanna Angel, a famous punk porn businesswoman who owns and sells adult movies on the website Burning Angel.
The Ashley Madison hack is the second high-profile attack on a no-strings attached solicitation website in 2015. In March, AFF was the victim of a massive data breach, with hackers publishing details of 5 million subscribers online.
What do you think? Do these cheaters deserve it?