Ashley Madison, Organizational Doxing, and the End of Online Privacy

Submitted by Blake on Sat, 09/12/2015 - 12:14

Most of us get to be thoroughly relieved that our emails weren't in the Ashley Madison database. But don’t get too comfortable. Whatever secrets you have, even the ones you don’t think of as secret, are more likely than you think to get dumped on the Internet. It's not your fault, and there’s largely nothing you can do about it.

Welcome to the age of organizational doxing.

From Ashley Madison, Organizational Doxing, and the End of Online Privacy - The Atlantic