As a professional journalist seeking to inform all of my many readers I have now researched this matter thoroughly, and I have compiled some authoritative and technically solid advice for anyone who might be thinking of looking at the data leaked from the site.
Says, "authoritative and technically solid advice" and then goes on to show us how little he/she actually knows about technology.
What a giant pile of steaming bullshit that article was. Do people seriously believe this shit?
The part about it being morally wrong is complete horse-shit! They try to make the claim that the majority of people on the site were denied sex because either their partner was incapable or they refused to have sex with them. Their entire claim is based on the fact that the "majority" of the stories that have come out are from similar cases. The problem with that logic is that that "majority" does not represent all 36 million users. It only represents those people who have spoken out, which is a very small sample size. The plain old cheaters are obviously staying silent or are making up some bullshit story to save face.
Is his a satire article? Am I that old that I completely missed it? In my defense, if it is a joke, it's a very poorly written one and the author should probably find another career.This comment was edited on Aug 26, 2015, 09:40.
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