Utah pulls warrants on Southern Utah websites linked to Ashley Madison hack

Tracie Sullivan reports:

Utah authorities are investigating a website allegedly created by a Cedar City resident who published personal information of Southern Utah residents whose names were part of a 2015 website hack.

According to four search warrants unsealed last week in 3rd District Court, a Facebook page and a website called AM Southern Utah “disclosed customers’ names, physical and email addresses for the Southern Utah area,” who had allegedly registered with Ashley Madison.

The warrants stem from a Utah investigation conducted by the State Bureau of Investigations and is part of a larger FBI investigation into the hack. No one has been charged with a crime in either investigation.

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