A Tinder hack would make the Ashley Madison breach look pretty tame

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When Ashley Madison was hacked in July of 2015, the impact was devastating for many of the site’s 30 million users. For a business centered around facilitating extramarital hookups, you’d expect a certain amount of damage should user data ever become compromised. You’d expect a certain amount of risk to accompany stepping outside your marriage. But for many adulterers, the risk somehow seemed less so when a bulk of the communication happened — or at least started — online. But what about Tinder? It’s an app for hookups, or at least it started as one. But unlike Ashley Madison, which…

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