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Ashley Madison hack

How secure are your online accounts? And what can you do to prevent your information from becoming public? Important questions for anyone to ask... but especially people with accounts on the extra-marital affair website Ashley Madison. Hackers have released what they claim is a massive list of user accounts and personal information. Guest host David Common talks about what happens now, and what we can take from the story, with tech analyst Carmi Levy.
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