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Ivy Marie

Ivy Marie verified: 10/20/19.

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Sweet Honey

Sweet Honey verified: 10/20/19.

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Ginger doll verified: 10/20/19.

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Lovely Hot Summer verified: 10/20/19.

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Tinder owner sued for using fake profiles in ads

(Reuters) – The owner of Tinder and OkCupid is being sued by U.S. regulator for seeking to draw in potential subscribers with emails from fake users expressing interest in pairing up.

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission on Wednesday alleged that Match Group Inc , which owns Tinder and other dating sites, knowingly sent automated advertisements with expressions of interest from accounts which it knew were likely fake.

The emails in question, which did not include user pictures, told recipients that a particular profile had expressed interest in them and gave them a link to click to see details, leading to a subscription page.

The FTC said some users had purchased subscriptions to see the details of the users.

“We believe that Match.com conned people into paying for subscriptions via messages the company knew were from scammers,” said Andrew Smith, director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. (https://bit.ly/2l99PjS)

Match Group and its parent company InterActiveCorp did not immediately respond to Reuters requests for comment.

In its most recent quarterly report, Match said that in August 2019 the FTC referred claims against it to the U.S. Department of Justice and that it believed they were without merit.

Shares of Match Group fell as much as 6%, while those of InterActiveCorp dropped nearly 4%.

The FTC also said consumers who considered purchasing a Match.com subscription generally were unaware that as many as 25% to 30% of Match.com members who register each day are using it to perpetrate phishing schemes and extortion scams.

The agency alleged that the company also made it difficult for consumers to cancel their subscriptions.

Nothing new… 99% Of Women Profiles On Ashley Madison Are Fake

Oh, well I am not surprised but here we go, the well reported data breach on dating website Ashley Madison has exposed a wealth of information including a huge proportion of fake profiles.

Impact Team who were the group behind the hack, announced that it was releasing the information in part because Ashley Madison had duped consumers over the male to female account ratio on its website. At the time, the hackers claimed that 90-95% of the accounts on Ashley Madison were male with “thousands” of fake female profiles. It turns out the group were correct but underestimated the figures ever so slightly.

After careful scrutiny of the data in order to verify that 5.5 million female accounts were indeed fake, the information reveals that many accounts were created with a single localhost IP of 127.0.0.1. This was along with thousands of accounts which listed AshleyMadison.com email address as their primary contact point including organized accounts which stated 100@ashleymadison.com, 200@ashleymadison.com and so on.

Another piece of information which is certainly revealing conveys the last log in date a user has checked their inbox, this data is logged by the site even if the user only checks it once. It reveals a huge 20,269,675 men checked their messages while only 1492 woman viewed their inbox. Well, just look at those odds, even Ray Winstone cannot market this appealingly for Bet 365.

I do feel these sites offer the majority a false sense of possibility with reality far less forgiving; it conveys the level of information which can be harvested by third parties if not stored correctly. The irony to all this is that Ashley Madison offered a platform where people could cheat on their other half which is deplorable, yet far less possible than previously thought considering the number of fake profiles.

Thank you extremetech for providing us with this information

Women can use Ashley Madison for free, but even after connecting on the site, men have to pay “credits” to kick off a conversation. The website’s fake females essentially lured them into spending money to talk to no one.

Ashley Madison created a small army of bots to trick its users and inflate its numbers prior to the hack. In 2015, a Gizmodo analysis revealed that Ashley Madison created more than 70,000 female bots to send male users fake messages. The bots essentially worked as a sales team. When men signed up for new accounts, they’d be messaged by a bot posing as an interested woman. The men would then pay a small fee to reply to the bots. As Gizmodo reported, a staggering 80 percent of initial purchases were made by a male trying to communicate with a female bot.

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US law criminalizes sex workers for discussing work online

Human Rights Watch and four other plaintiffs will present arguments on September 20 against the dismissal of their challenge to a 2017 United States law that imposes criminal liability for online speech about sex work.

The hearing will take place at 9:30 a.m. in Courtroom 31 of the E. Barrett Prettyman U.S. Courthouse and William B. Bryant Annex in Washington, DC. Plaintiffs contend the law violates freedom of speech and makes sex work more dangerous for an already vulnerable and criminalized population, Human Rights Watch said.

The Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act, commonly known as FOSTA, makes it illegal to own or use an internet site with the intent to “promote or facilitate the prostitution of another person.” Because the law’s language is broad and vague, it could prevent sex workers and others from writing about sex work and posting about critically important health and safety issues, and it would restrict organizations like Human Rights Watch from effectively reporting on and advocating for the decriminalization of sex work.

“We’re going to keep fighting this law that threatens our ability to do our job – to clearly advocate for the rights of sex workers and to see our work shared freely across the internet,” said Skye Wheeler, women’s rights researcher at Human Rights Watch. “We’ve already seen the law impel many partners and intermediaries to take down information that helps guide sex workers to online resources to protect themselves”

Sex workers and sex worker organizations in the United States have said FOSTA has endangered them. Websites that made it easier for sex workers to screen clients and to sell sex in safer locations have stopped sex workers from posting.

The co-plaintiffs in the case with Human Rights Watch are the Woodhull Freedom Foundation, the Internet Archive, and individuals Alex Andrews and Eric Koszyk. The lower court dismissed the case in September 24, 2018 without addressing the substantive claims, on the basis that plaintiffs faced no imminent risk of prosecution. The plaintiffs will argue that the court applied the wrong standard, and that, in cases involving free expression, the appropriate lens is whether speech will be unconstitutionally burdened or chilled.

“We’ve already seen a chilling impact from FOSTA and it has affected how our partners work,” Wheeler said.

“We’re not going to sit around and wait to be prosecuted before we fight this law.”

Read more:

Better than Backpage/Craigslist

How to beat any prostitution sting (10 easy steps to spot-stay ahead of LE)

How to De Criminalize Prostitution for Dummies

Sex Work Is Work—And Its Laborers Are Officially Unionizing

Sex Work Should be Legal — If Only to Protect Women from Police

WARNING: to all escorts about police sting(s)

On Jan. 24, 2019 I was arrested in Plano, Texas for solicitation in a sting. My driver was arrested and charged as well with promoting prostitution and possession.

While we were interviewed/interrogated they accused my driver and myself of trafficking girls. They had a log-in that they used to look in my Bedpage.com and ebackpage.com accounts. They said bedpage and Google give the police access and I actually watched them log-in and out of my account.

Bedpage is either hacked or it’s a scam by the po-po. They make us use Google to log-in and create accounts because the police have access and can see everything we do. (See: FBI asks Google for help finding criminals)

They showed me were I had posted from, the IP address, and they used that to see the hotel and WiFi, they even knew that the phone that I carry on my person, is not the phone that I post from. They showed me a map of everyplace that I’d been in the past few days. It’s like they bugged my phones through bedpage.

This is an invasion of privacy and my lawyer says he is gonna help. But I am never logging in or using those sites again. Bedpage has like five names and the cops TOLD me they are helping them. ibackpage, newbackpage, bedpage and ebackpage are all the same.

PLEASE help me tell everyone. Sex-workers are about to get screwed because of these pop up sites. Send this to every provider you know.

I am setting up a go-fund me to help with legal fees and I will post that soon. But we need to warn others about this now. Originally posted here.

I think a lot of clients fail to realize the war on sex workers right now. You refuse to screen, but you expect to be meeting the provider in the photos? How do you know that the person you contacted isn’t affiliated with LE? Do you not care about your own safety? (See: War on Sex Workers)

Read more:

How to Screen Clients

How the cops are tracking you

Tips for Spotting an Undercover Cop

Backpage Alternatives (over 60 websites that offer escort listings)

How to beat any prostitution sting (10 easy steps to spot-stay ahead of LE)

FBSM Reviews (escort reviews and verified post. No cops, no stings and no bad dates. All post are verified.)

What Yahoo’s NSA Surveillance Means for Email Privacy

Dylan Reid

Dylan Reid verified: 09/05/19.

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