All that is done in the shade of Darkness will be brought to Light
One of the greatest mysteries of living in the flesh and the most ignored of truths is we think that everything we do will not see the light of day so all we need to do is be more careful of the wrongs we commit. This is drummed into our heads by those who thrive on doing things under the cloak and cover of darkness and only after we are exposed does the truth of this matter ever get a second glance. It is not enough that the Holy Bible clearly tells us that all that we do is seen and shall be revealed, we still refuse to accept this truth and is therefore surprised when what we thought was very well hidden is suddenly exposed.
Classic example of this is an article written by Rob Price for the Business Insider titled “Compromising details on thousands of military personnel have reportedly been leaked in the huge Ashley Madison hack” in which he details a story about how a website designed to aid in the sin of adultery has had its well protected information exposed to the light of day. The article states “Highly compromising data on millions of people was leaked online on Tuesday, after the hack of the extramarital-affairs dating website Ashley Madison in July. It includes everything from email addresses and financial information to sexual fantasies. In short, it's a blackmailer's paradise. And according to one researcher, who goes by the Twitter handle t0x0pg, the dump contains more than 15,000 US military and governmental email addresses. The sheer volume of military email addresses very strongly suggests that highly private information on many thousands of military personnel has been leaked online. Business Insider has not yet independently authenticated these findings. Right now, we don't have any real idea of who is behind the hack. The individual (or individuals) responsible refer to themselves as the "Impact Team." They say they were motivated by the fact that Ashley Madison's parent company, Avid Life Media, charges users to delete their information from the site. Impact Team threatened to dump the full dataset on all Ashley Madison customers in July when the news of the hack first broke, and the group now appears to have followed through on that promise. The data was accompanied by a statement saying: "Avid Life Media has failed to take down Ashley Madison and [partner site] Established Men. We have explained the fraud, deceit, and stupidity of ALM and their members. Now everyone gets to see their data." It continues: "Keep in mind this site is a scam with thousands of fake female profiles. See Ashley Madison fake profile lawsuit; 90-95% of actual users are male. Chances are your man signed up on the world's biggest affair site, but never had one. He just tried to. If that distinction matters. "Find yourself in here. It was ALM that failed you and lied to you. Prosecute them and claim damages. Then move on with your life. Learn your lesson and make amends. Embarrassing now, but you'll get over it." In response to release, Avid Life Media said "this event is not an act of hacktivism — it is an act of criminality." "It is an illegal action against the individual members of AshleyMadison.com, as well as any freethinking people who choose to engage in fully lawful online activities. The criminal, or criminals, involved in this act have appointed themselves as the moral judge, juror, and executioner, seeing fit to impose a personal notion of virtue on all of society. We will not sit idly by and allow these thieves to force their personal ideology on citizens around the world. We are continuing to fully cooperate with law enforcement to seek to hold the guilty parties accountable to the strictest measures of the law."
So for those who thought this was a good idea in the beginning has now been forced to recognize that it wasn’t and for those who may have gotten trapped by someone else pretending to be them, the thought of possibly partaking should now have been removed completely. The only real lesson here is be careful what you do because you can never be sure it will ever stay where you placed it. Be sure that any action or inaction you take, you can withstand the pressure it will provide once it become known. If you think you can then proceed with the action or inaction but if you have the slightest doubt about withstanding its release, may wish to refrain. Just my opinion, I could be wrong.