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Cheaters face exposure as online affair site hacked

Cheaters beware: client details have been stolen from Ashley Madison, which advertises itself as a dating website for married people.

1.Cheaters beware: client details have been stolen from Ashley Madison, which advertises itself as a dating website for married people.
The BBC reports that hackers “obtained information including all the customers’ secret sexual fantasies and matching credit card transactions".
The site's operator confirmed there had been an "intrusion" but not its extent.
Some of the data has already been published online.
“The hackers, who called themselves the Impact Team, said they had managed to steal the real names and addresses of the site's users, including those who had previously paid to ‘delete’ their accounts,” the BBC says.
People could hide their profiles for free, but the website charged them $19 for a "full delete".
2.A Victorian teacher who won $20,000 on Million Dollar Hot Seat will spend it all on shoes for her students.
Bri Dredge is a year eight school teacher from very cold Wendouree, near Ballarat, and appeared on the Nine Network show last week.
There’s a bit of controversy however, because she only won with help from host Eddie McGuire.
McGuire told the Herald Sun: "It was her act of kindness. I couldn't help but get swept up in it."
"The whole idea for people to come on the show is to get a little bit of magic, a little bit of gold dust to come their way."
Her question was: "First published in 1929, is T.S Eliot's famous work Old Possums Book Of Practical what?"
The answers were:
"A. Birds. B. Cats. C. Advice. D. Poetry."
Dredge locked in an incorrect answer. But with some encouragement from McGuire to "have another think" the teacher was able to pick the correct answer, cats.
Two hundred students at Yuille Park Community College in Ballarat will receive new boots to get them through the rest of winter.
3.Makes sense: next time red-hot Hollywood star, Amy Schumer, makes a movie, she’s going to put all the Hemsworth brothers in it.
Schumer, 34, is touring Australia to promote her new movie, Trainwreck.
On the red carpet in Sydney last night she said: "I have a movie that is maybe going to be made. All the Hemsworths are in it.”
This is because Australian men are, she says, “super hot”.“No wonder you guys get married so early, "cause you’re all so hot.”
Schumer’s one-night stand-up in Melbourne on Thursday is sold out.
4.Are you a grandparent whose grandchildren live a long, long way away?
Irish couple Martin and Mary O'Regan sat down in June to watch a melancholy video of their 11-week-old grandson, Niall, in Brisbane.
There he was, in Brisbane, but eventually more familiar scenes started coming up.
Their son John, his fiancee Claire, and their baby seemed to be at airport, and then driving along the M8 to Cork … and wait, are they pulling into
Martin and Mary's driveway?
Another set of cameras captured the grandparents' reactions as they took it all in. Mary held back her tears, and Martin laughed with delight.

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