Exposed! Nothing online is private. That's a hard lesson learned for users of AshleyMadison.com, a site for married people seeking to have an affair. A hacker group leaked user and company data online, and threatened to post more detailed records of users unless the cheating site was taken down. Users that paid a $20 fee to have their profiles erased may not be completely free from exposure.
Guest host Leslie Gold spoke to Charles Orlando, bestselling author and relationship/interpersonal relations expert who wrote an article about going "undercover" on Ashley Madison to try and find out why women cheat. Click below to hear his response: