Ethical issues to start with; they are in government…..
Thousands of federal bureaucrats who accessed the Ashley Madison website for extra-marital affairs opened the door for hackers, including those associated with foreign intelligence agencies, to gain access to sensitive government networks and U.S. secrets, according to cybersecurity experts.
If even one federal official used a government computer or email to open a fake message from Ashley Madison that contained malware – a technique called “spear phishing” – all of the information stored at that government agency could be compromised.
“The biggest thing it opens up is spear phishing,” American Enterprise Institute fellow Shane Tews told the Daily Caller News Foundation. “It makes it very hard for any sort of detection system. You’ve basically given them permission to come into your computer.”