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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by charlie monroe, Jun 22, 2020.
eBay Executives were CyberStalkers?
If even the slightest bit of this proves true, I am done.
eBay Employees Charged With Cyberstalking Critics - Security Boulevard
If they made it all up it's a work of art.
I thought your title meant eBay has become self aware and is planning and selling bootleg tickets for our ultimate destruction. It wouldn't have surprised me that much to be honest.
Pretty sure you meant Facebook.
It's true, but they're all gone now, don't know why that would cause anyone to quit - they've cleaned house.
I wouldn't know really. This is the only social media I'm a member of. I like it like that.
Six renegade employees out of about 13,000. Sounds about normal.
Did they dismiss any individual not named in the charges?
I surely don't know, but I hope not. Dismiss those involved, keep everyone else. Should be a safer place now than it was beforehand.
That sounds like damage control, not cleaning house.
Does that remain your position after reading this, an excerpt from duw’s article link? Bold font is mine.
“Members of the executive leadership team at eBay followed the newsletter’s posts, often taking issue with its content and the anonymous comments underneath the editor’s stories.”
Someone gave the order.
That by itself seems to be a declaration of fact that executives read the newsletter and took exception to its negative claims and comments about eBay. Dots are not fully connected yet. Even if they are, I’m having trouble being outraged. It could be that I’m just weary of too many bright shiny objects in the news every day.
The article I linked tells a lot of what went on. Missing is a key indicator, who paid the tabs on the credit cards and burner phones.
Yup, the guy they fired and who got charged.
It doesn't always work that way though does it:
HSBC report: Key findings
What does this have to do with eBay in 2020?
You sir or ma’m seem very focused on burnishing your reputation here as a troll and/or conspiracy theorist and/or doomsday preparer.
ebay owns kijiji? i did not know that.
Quite obviously no - because different companies and different people respond and act differently. The world is not perfect. I see no point in stressing the obvious.