Three Ashley Madison users just filed a lawsuit in Arizona federal court against GoDaddy as well as Amazon Web Services accusing them of hosting the websites that published the stolen data.
They’re asking for a combined $3 million dollars in damages, claiming the hack has resulted in them becoming victims to threats and extortion. Two suicides have already been attributed to the leak. (ABC15.com)
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