26 Aug 2015

Divorce Lawyers Brace for ‘Tsunami’ After Ashley Madison Hack

“The attorneys are unavailable because there are so many people calling right now.”

NEW YORK — Divorce attorneys are bracing for a surge of new clients after the release Tuesday night of data stolen from the infidelity dating site Ashley Madison.

Hours after the hackers posted a trove of names, addresses, partial credit card numbers and email addresses of many of the site’s nearly 39 million users, law firms, like Manhattan-based divorce firm Yaniv & Associates, said they were already experiencing an influx of calls from potential clients.

“The attorneys are unavailable because there are so many people calling right now,” an employee who answered the phone told The Huffington Post on Wednesday morning. “You’ll have to call back later.”

Ashley Madison, which is owned by Toronto-based Avid Life Media, confirmed last month that data was swiped from its servers after the hackers threatened to post the stolen information online. The hacker group, which called itself The Impact Team, vowed to publish personal information on the “cheating dirtbags” who use Ashley Madison and “deserve no such discretion” unless the site got shut down. The hackers also criticized the company for charging users $19 to delete their data from the site, claiming it didn’t fully wipe user data.

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