Another example of how the incentives of the market ensure good results in the absence of "job killing" regulation:
It’s a disaster. That's the expert consensus around the massive hack of Ashley Madison, the cheater-centric dating website popular with millions of Americans. Not only does the data dump — a stunning ten gigabytes compressed — promise strife and embarrassment for the millions who joined the site, it’s also a credibility-destroying humiliation for Avid Life Media, Ashley Madison’s parent company. But it's also a rude awakening to all internet users, leaving even non-adulterers wondering whether our own sensitive online information is — or can be — well-protected.