Published on August 22nd, 2015 | by sligoadmin0
TD claims he wasn’t Ashley subscriber
Ashley Madision database leaked – Hackers claim exploitation
A leading Fianna Fail opposition TD claims that his name is not on the leaked database from the adultery website. SligoSligoNews understands this could have been the result of a prankster. When this was put to the TD he replied “Yeah, yeah that’s it of course it was a prankster who was pranking about.”
The site, which encourages subscribers to have extra marital affairs, has 37 million members worldwide and was recently hacked by the hackers. They threatened to release names from the database and what do you know, they only went and did just that.
It’s understood that approximately 100000 Irish people are on the database for the “having it off” site. They include businessmen, civil servants, academics and politicians.
Several people in the UK who were on the list claim that their email addresses had been hacked and hackers had to have signed them up for the site.
Meanwhile Tony Wilson head of the hackers union has claimed his members are exploited and overworked. “It’s non-stop, we are at it day and night and for what, very little pay and the conditions are terrible.” Mr Wilson has called on the government to introduce legislation to protect hackers.