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More on the Ashley Madison affair

When Avid Life Media didn’t give into demands, the hackers known as The Impact Team began releasing sensitive data stolen from AshleyMadison.com. With so many users being outed, maybe they should stop calling themselves the “world’s leading married dating service for discreet encounters”. First to get caught? Josh Duggar, who admitted to being “the world’s biggest hypocrite.”

Sources expect Josh’s wife, Anna, to forgive him but her brother, Daniel Keller, wants Duggar out of the family.

Meanwhile, Snooki was saying Anna should leave Josh – that is until Snooki herself was forced to address rumors that her husband’s email address was signed up for an account.

Josh Taekman, husband of Kristen Taekman of “The Real Housewives of New York”, was also caught with an account, as was Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.

The release of the data has been linked to two suicides and attorneys are putting together class-action suits.

Meanwhile, Avid Life Media is offering a reward of $500,000 (Canadian) for information that leads to the arrest of the hackers. But it turns out they may not have to look far. John McAfee (yes, the guy who founded the computer security software company) believes it was an inside job.

I suppose it could be worse, though.