Hit by a hack in July, the dating site says some of the stolen data has been published online but no credit card information has leaked, according to Reuters.
Hackers claiming a moralistic purpose have a long tradition on the Internet, but they're causing much more damage than ever before.
More than 37 million users of the dating site are at risk of having personal details made public. Meanwhile, Stephen Colbert is a video game -- and so can you! -- with a program called Twine.
In a curiously confident guarantee, the founder of AshleyMadison.com promises he will personally reimburse anyone who fails to have sex after following his site's guidelines.
And 30 percent of 2,000 Britons surveyed admit to sending nude pictures of themselves to someone other than their lover, according to OnePoll.com
A TV spot for AshleyMadison.com, the site that encourages unhappy married people to hook up, has been rejected by ABC on what appear to be moral grounds.
Up until this point, The 404 has tried to remain nonpartisan (untrue), never officially endorsing a candidate, but that rule is chucked out the window on today's show. It's a big announcement that's literally no surprise to anyone, but we make it anyway.
With the virtual watercooler abuzz about the Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal, here's an NPR piece about a Web site making millions by helping people have affairs.