New questions have arose about the moral legitimacy of hactivism, following a string of divorces caused by the revelations. Orchestrated on a grand scale, the leaks revealed all those involved with the extra-marital shagathon, but many of those caught out deplore the infringement of privacy. “Look” said one customer, Bartholomew Tanserville de Patrickbateman Smythe “Back in the day, you shagged the pool guy or the servant girl and it was nudge nudge, wink wink, another £30 on the pay check. But sadly, the days of feudal servitude are gone and we have to look further afield to break our marriage vows”.
“Quite frankly, if I want to have a chokey bye bye wank while a nubile accountant from Surrey whips my arse with a power cord, that’s my own perogative. The true evil lies in those revealing such details to my spouse – unless she knew, I was doing nothing wrong. By telling her, these hackers have turned something that, in my mind, didn’t happen into a reality for the woman. These vile hackers have ruined my marriage and this has nothing to do with my inability to not shag whomever I please. Now tell me, who’s the villain here?”
In accordance to this line of logic, the police are have now arrested 300 CCTV cameras and allowed hundreds of criminals to walk because “The cameras were invading on my privacy to do a good honest bit of theft”.