Wait a minute
"anyone suing for breach of privacy could expose themselves to greater risk of divorce proceedings"
Ok, ok, the clear editorial stance on this issue is that ALM customers are dirty, dirty cheaters.
And there are cheaters, obviously. I would not be surprised if the cheaters were the majority, or even the vast majority.
But there are single people in there as well, and you can't treat them the same, now can you ? Given the amount of customers, there is probably a significant amount of single people who should have no qualms whatsoever in going to court. That is a real risk for ALM, but one that this article doesn't even consider.
It's nice to have a clear target to mow down, obviously, and I myself have stated that I couldn't care less if ALM folds or not, but it might be time to set the "cheater, cheater" megaphone down and bring a bit more objectivity to this serious issue, don't you think ?