Any and all parties responsible for this act of cyber-terrorism will be held responsible.
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Because of the site's policy of not deleting users' personal information – including real names, home addresses, search history and credit card transaction records – many users feared being publicly shamed.
His hack worked — and he ended up with having a 90%-plus compatibility rating with more than 10,000 women.
With users notified when someone looks at their profile, Mc Kinlay designed software to view as many profiles as possible — prompting some of his matches to message him back.
Receiving about 20 messages a day, he went on 87 dates.
The 88th turned out to be 28-year-old artist Christine Tien Wang — who was pursuing a master's in fine arts at UCLA. Mc Kinlay soon revealed how he had attracted her attention.
Predictably, it’s all about the money — that is, hackers are learning how to turn your smartphone into cash for them.