Charles J. Orlando is an American author who has written the books The Problem with Women... is Men: The Evolution of a Man's Man to a Man of Higher Consciousness, The Problem with Women... is Men Vol. 2: A Social Media Memoir, and The Pact: Goodbye, Past. Hello, Love!.
Orlando's undercover investigation as a "cheating husband" on AshleyMadison.com made the homepage of MSN.com: and was optioned for a feature film.
After the Ashley Madison data breach, Orlando was interviewed on Network Ten's The Project (TV program) and twice by CNN anchor Brooke Baldwin, where he discussed the implications of being a part of the hack, and how consumers blindly trust websites with sensitive, private information.
In a follow-up article, Orlando wrote that even though his wife already knew he had an account on the site to investigate the people who use it, he felt anxiety at the content of sexually explicit messages he sent being exposed in a way that would humiliate their children. He argued that it is alarming that "the mob that is the Internet is more than willing to serve as judge, jury, and executioner" to users of the site, and that cheaters "don’t deserve a flogging in the virtual town square with millions of onlookers" and that online shaming would lead to public humiliation of users of the site...
Quotes by Charles J Orlando
More Quotes by Charles J Orlando