Of the more than 32 million users who had their data hacked on adultery website Ashley Madison, more than 22,000 were Kiwis. Of those, 65 were email addresses belonging to workers at New Zealand schools.
So what can a school or a business do if they now find out their employees have been using their work time and work email addresses to scout the web for a partner to cheat with?
Anthony Harper employment lawyer Jennifer Mills says schools should first investigate and determine there's a genuine account and then conduct an inquiry into the employee's participation.
Watch the video for the full interview with Jennifer Mills.