‘Suicides’ over Ashley Madison hack

AshleyTwo Ashley Madison clients are reported to have taken their lives after hackers published their details according to police in Canada.
The force held a news conference about their investigation into the website hack at Toronto Police Headquarters.
No further information has yet been released about the deaths.
Ashley Madison’s Canadian parent company Avid Life Media is offering a C$500,000 (£240,000) reward for information about the hackers.
Over 33 million account details were stolen.
Ashley Madison is a dating website which offers users the opportunity to have an affair.
Addressing the hackers, known as The Impact Team, acting staff superintendent Bryce Evans said: “I want to make it very clear to you your actions are illegal and we will not be tolerating them. This is your wake-up call.”

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