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Waking up after my hysterectomy at Portsmouth’s Queen Alexandra Hospital last autumn, I couldn’t help but spare a thought for the family rabbit.
When we’d merrily sent Snowdrop off to be spayed last year, we never considered the pain she might feel at having her reproductive organs removed.
But the hackers’ reasons for holding the information hostage were not actually about the sanctity of marriage vows–in fact, they point to a much deeper and more widespread issue.
In short, can any data you hand over to a faceless online company ever truly be removed?
On Sunday, Krebs on Security revealed that a hacking group called The Impact Team said it accessed identifying personal data on the Toronto-based site’s users and threatened to publish the information if Ashley Madison doesn’t shutter its service. Although the hackers referred in a manifesto to Ashley Madison users as “cheating dirtbags…who deserve no…discretion,” it seems The Impact Team’s anger stems from what it says is Ashley Madison’s ongoing refusal to delete users’ data even when those users paid to have their information permanently removed. As other companies have experienced, these security measures have unfortunately not prevented this attack to our system.”In other words, if your information is online, it may well get stolen, no matter the security efforts taken by the sites holding it. Americans want privacy online, and in the post-Edward Snowden/NSA era, we’re more vocal than ever about that, even if we may have no clue how to get what we want. As much as we’d like to believe that we have the ability to proactively delete our personal information online, as companies like Facebook and Google say is possible, it boils down to a matter of trust, and the reality that there is no clearinghouse for deleting data.“It’s a huge problem, and it’s not about to get easier anytime soon,” said Seth Rosenblatt, a journalist who will soon launch an as-yet unnamed security news site.You can throw on a bikini without worrying about the last time you shaved or waxed, and you can choose any style of lingerie without having to consider whether it works with your grooming technique.Many popular bikini bottoms and panties are becoming increasingly narrow, exposing more of the region than ever before.You can start by simply not filling out your full profile.If you want even less information available for search engines to find, make your social accounts private. If you're a fan of Facebook, you may not want to completely lock down your account.