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Horny Military Members Flood Ashley Madison

Zero Blog Thirty

May 22 2024 • 54 mins

Three weeks after U.S. troops were told they could face disciplinary action if their official .mil email addresses were found among those hacked from the adultery website Ashley Madison, the services appear ready to drop the affair. So far there are no reports of soldiers, sailors, Marines or airmen even being reprimanded for signing up to the cheating site using an official Pentagon account. An Army spokesman said signing up for a website was not a crime, and the worst offense anyone might be guilty of is unauthorized use of a government email address. There was no follow-up to a question asking whether soldiers or civilians with security clearances who registered with the site may be more vulnerable to blackmail as a result. The services' approach seems to contradict the Pentagon's initial reaction to the news that up to 15,000 DoD employees may have used their work emails -- and possibly computers -- to register for the website & could be disciplined for it.


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