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Peter, as Tracey knew him, claimed to be a British businessman based in Hong Kong, with plans to relocate to her home town of Melbourne.“We spoke on the phone [only a few times], but he said he was always in meetings or at a conference and could message rather than talk.And I was busy with grandkids and my work anyway, so it kind of worked,” Tracey says.It's also a complete lie," the hackers were quoted as saying in a manifesto published by Krebs.
A 2016 report from the US-based Brookings Institution suggested sextortion was grossly understudied, despite its prevalence, “unspeakable brutality” and the fact that offenders, like perpetrators of other sex crimes, tend to be prolific repeat offenders.“This is not a matter of playful consensual sexting,” its authors wrote.
“Sextortion, rather, is a form of sexual exploitation, coercion, and violence, often but not always of children.”The report also noted perpetrators, in its sample at least, were all male.
So far, though, it isn't easy to find the exposed cheaters online.
That could change soon if the hackers decide to publish the information on a public website.
We are working with law enforcement agencies, which are investigating this criminal act." Ashley Madison is a dating website, with one important twist: Instead of connecting eligible singles, it caters to married people interested in having an affair.