The stolen data reveals the sexual preferences of users, whether they're gay or straight, and even indicates which ones might be seeking extramarital affairs. In addition, the hackers have revealed email addresses, usernames, dates of birth, postal codes and unique internet addresses of users' computers.
Channel 4 News has been investigating the cyber underworld, discovering which websites have been hacked and exposing the trade in personal information of millions of people through so-called "dark web" sites....
Stevenr, I doubt that there is much worth watching on the set anymore. I know how difficult it is just to navigate a talk show/weather radio station. I remember when I quit watching television. ...so liberating! I know that,while I was not imitating a lot of what I saw,I was condoning it and I was falling into a much less discerning mindset. An effective experiment to try out for those who still watch the t.v.- stop for a week or so and then try to watch it. You'll probably be much more sensitive to things that you probably don't even think about now...much like the boiling frog analogy. It's easy to get used to things,accept them and even have a relaxed attitude about them after very little exposure. Here's one Cooley pointed out- "magic kingdom"...what Christian can condone that? It's not even covert.
Sorry, no I haven't. I haven't had public television in my house since 1994... I miss some good things, but a whole lot of bad. And let me say, I'm not laughing over identity theft; just that people thought they were safe on an "adult" site.