Someone signed me up for a dating site

so my browser should have opened the possibility of the problems. I would change all the passwords of my accounts, as you advised.

My opinion is YES, reason being If you're in committed relationship, then why the hell you be looking for someone else?

Since then, I’ve been neurotically monogamous, going so far as to once text someone I went on a single date with to inform them that it was over because I had just met someone I was hoping might possibly ask me out.And then lie on top of it when confronted about it. All I ask is BE HONEST, OWN YOUR DIRT, & STOP PASSING BLAME/MAKING EXCUSES. By now you have, no doubt, heard that hackers stole a trove of account information on users of Ashley Madison, a dating site for adulterers, generally marketed to married men.(To which the response was, if I recall, the text message equivalent of a polite, confused shrug).We've written a few times now about the leak of data from Ashley Madison, the "dating site for people who want to cheat on their spouses," mostly discussing the company's bizarre infatuation with abusing copyright law to try to take down anyone posting content from the leak.I often keep signing into some forum sites because later I still want to post during the same page. I don’t share computer with anyone, but share the internet connection with my Dad.

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