Mind you, there’s no proof of this. But it is the danger of giving peoples information out to people that hate them.
Yes, because everyone in “/r/CreepSquad,” the sequel to “/r/CreepShots,” is totally full of upstanding, legitimate people who would never do anything such as lie, take unsolicited photos of women in a creepy sexual context, hack a private photobucket to post child porn of a woman who’s only crime was posting a photo with Gabe Newell, cheer said photobucket hacker on for posting these photos, start a subreddit called “creepshotss,” start sequels to said subreddit after the first is deleted, ban all Gawker links from /r/Politics after Adrian Chen threatens to dox one of /r/creepshots moderators, and are all good, upstanding people without an agenda.
You dumb motherfucker.
But they were still too much for you to understand.
Posting personal info of someone that is part of a hated group-or is just a hated individual-puts them in dangers. Wether or not they’re hated for a good reason has nothing to do with it. More over, at no point did a say anything about the quality of the characters of /r/creepshot posters. And yet somehow you turned that into me suggesting that they’re good people.
Are you sure I’m the dumb motherfucker here?
Someone is getting real melodramatic defending pieces of shit who violate women’s privacy so they can jack off to them. Also if you spent five minutes doing any sort of research, all of this information was publicly posted by the members of said “hated group.” Predditors was mainly screencaps of said users posting that information freely.
You bought into a made up story and have come rallying to the defense of pathetic excuses for human beings who, again, mind you, took unsolicited photos of women, in public, without their permission and posted them online in a sexual context. But oh, because “dangers,” because someone might face consequences for being an awful human being, possibly, in some elaborately constructed fantasy where Redditors are somehow the persecuted victim.