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Excellent points. While I have no love loss for cheaters and they certainly caused their own karma, this is just an excuse to justify different deplorable behavior at that point all "morality" is lost.
Unfortunately as you pointed out it's not only the cheater who is affected but possibly their little children as well as their spouse. Although cheating is immoral it's not illegal. Stealing/hacking is both immoral and illegal.
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Lori Worsencroft says
true but who decides who should be punished? It's not just men either, it's women too that cheat, and cheating has always happened. Do we justify one wrong to remedy another? and if so, how does that truly help?
I think society would agree that doing the right thing for the greater change, as a whole, is most important. Whoever is cheating, let them hear us loud and clear: We deserve better. If you want to stray, then your heart is not in the right place.
You do realize there are married women members too on Ashley Madison ?
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Certified Noob says
this involves millions of people - so hackers took it upon themselves to make that choice for the partners all those people. Was it really their place? It isn't about what "I" think is right or would want - kind of my point. Also hack was illegal
I commented on the issue not the event of hacking.Of course event of hacking is illegal and I do not support it; the issue the event dealt with is immoral not illegal. People are still free to ignore the expose and continue to trust their partners.
It's immoral from all angles. It's immoral to spread the information about people, it's immoral to cheat, it's immoral to damage families because of vigilante justice etc. that's what makes it a thinker for me, two wrongs def. don't make a right here
I agree .But their definition of morality seems 2 b diffrnt from your definition.Subjective.
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