Paid abuse desks idea? Was: Urgently need contact at Facebook of Instagram and also Omegle
nuclearcat at nuclearcat.com
Sun May 3 05:56:46 UTC 2020
On 2020-05-03 01:10, Anne P. Mitchell, Esq. wrote:
> There is a woman torturing animals on Omegle, she is advertising it on
> her Instagram account. Need to get this in front of the right people
> to have her traced and shut down.
> Please let me know if you can provide a contact for either org.
> Anne P. Mitchell, Attorney at Law
> Dean of Cyberlaw & Cybersecurity, Lincoln Law School
> Advisor, Colorado Innovation Response Team Task Force
> CEO/President, SuretyMail Email Reputation Certification
> Policy Drafting and Review for Businesses
> Author: Section 6 of the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (the Federal anti-spam
> Legislative Consultant, GDPR, CCPA (CA) & CCDPA (CO) Compliance
> Board of Directors, Denver Internet Exchange
> Chair Emeritus, Asilomar Microcomputer Workshop
> Legal Counsel: The CyberGreen Institute
> Former Counsel: Mail Abuse Prevention System (MAPS)
> Location: Boulder, Colorado
Many times I came across the fact that large content operators do not
have adequate support.
I understand that increasing the support is not reasonable, its too
Why they don't make a separate "route" with payment and a list of urgent
where the complainant pays a deposit of say $ 100-$200/hr,
and if he writes nonsense or not urgent case, qualified for free
support, he simply loses money
and pays the operator for the time spent.
If case qualifies for urgent support, the money is returned to person
But how things are going on now, it is totally wrong.
Large content networks are turning into trash bin and a hotbed of crime
due to the inability to
quickly control illegal content.
I wouldn’t refuse such $100 option for ISP, if someone wants to send me
complaints about torrents for $100,
i don’t mind looking at it carefully for compliance with local law.
And at the same time I could respond more quickly to complaints on DDOS
and SPAM, hire dedicated staff, its for good
too. Also he can handle additionally regular abuse complaints channels.
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