lelio: Yelp called and wanted their business model back
KiwDaWabbit: Resin33: Searched for my ex-wife and she wasn't listed. This site is not legit.The same thing could be said about my ex-girlfriend. Good news, though. I'm not going to be the one to add her / warn the next guy(s). That's on her.
Psycat: apoptotic: Psycat: I still think this might be more than just simple extortion. My conspiracy-nut side wonders if this isn't some sort of CIA thing to get all sorts of legislation to carefully monitor what third parties post on social media sites. Otherwise, if people can commit all sorts of libel on third-party websites (i.e. accusing somebody falsely of murder on Facebook) without fear of being sued, imagine what a colossal can of worms this thing can open up.I wondered the same thing. There were a lot of internet censorship/monitoring bills that were shelved in the past couple years once the public got wind of them and spoke out. This seems like an attempt at swaying public opinion in the direction of censorship - find/create something so heinous in an "it could happen to me" way that people will freak out and demand tighter regulations.Yeah, I kinda got a false-flag vibe about this one. However, if this is a straight-up attempt at extortion and it's profitable, I could see crap like this sprouting up all over the Internet...
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