August 21, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Francis De Luca (919) 834-2099 firstname.lastname@example.org
Blatant Abuse of NC Taxpayer Resources Exposed in Ashley Madison Hack
RALEIGH, NC – More than 30 North Carolina state and local government email addresses were uncovered today by NC Capitol Connection as part of the more than 10,000 government and military email addresses released in the hack of the online affair site, Ashley Madison.
NC Capitol Connection is still uncovering additional NC government email addresses and analyze the list further. The story will be updated throughout the day.
“This is just the tip of the iceberg of government employees using taxpayer resources for personal use. Unfortunately, people will be distracted by the salacious nature of this abuse and not the fact that North Carolinians are being taxed to support government at all levels using state and local resources to engage in this activity at work as opposed to serving the people of North Carolina.”
A few of the NC government domains included in the addresses uncovered at the time of this release are: NC Department of Health and Human Services, NC Department of Juvenile Justice, Moore County, and the Cities of Greensboro, Charlotte, and Greenville.
For more information, contact Jim Tynen or Demi Dowdy at 919.834.2099. Email: email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 2005, the Civitas Institute is a Raleigh, NC-based policy organization committed to creating a North Carolina whose citizens enjoy liberty and prosperity derived from limited government, personal responsibility and civic engagement. To that end, Civitas develops and advocates for conservative policy solutions to improve the lives of all North Carolinians. Towards that end, Civitas provides research, information and training to:
- empower citizens to become better civic leaders and more informed voters;
- educate emerging public leaders, enabling them to be more effective in the democratic process; and
- inform elected officials about citizen-based, free-market solutions to problems facing North Carolinians.