The National Crime Agency is trying to intervene before young people get into serious hacking.
The hackers devised clever ways to circumvent Gmail’s two factor authentication protections.
The plaintiffs are all unnamed, choosing instead to sue as John Does and Jane Does.
Rumors already point the finger to China, due to recent crackdown on anti-censorship tools.
It's called "In Bed with Ashley Madison," and it's actually pretty funny.
The decision comes, serendipitously, after hackers published Ashley Madison users’ private data last week.
Confusion, fear, and despair. The personal side of the hack on the infidelity website.
Ashley Madison is also offering a $500,000 reward for any information leading to the hackers' arrest.
Millions of people’s most intimate secrets are now just a simple search away.
A researcher wrote a proof-of-concept script he claims could gain access to email addresses, phone numbers, and boarding passes.