Nothing you do online is private.
That's a hard lesson learned for users of AshleyMadison.com, a site for married people seeking to have an affair., and threatened to post more detailed records of users unless the cheating site was taken down. Users that paid a $20 fee to have their profiles erased may not be completely free from exposure:
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