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A women tracked him down (it was relatively easy, since his handles were the same across several websites) and found his Twitter account.She tweeted at the company he was sending a resume to, showing them the game he had created, and let others know that he was responsible.It is still being shouted down as “vigilantism,” when, if a similar piece had been published offline, it would probably be chalked up to “investigative journalism.” Reddit went so far as to block all Gawker links from the website, stating that the group had violated one of the primary foundations of Reddit’s platform – the right to anonymity. If we make every effort to keep our true names off the internet, if we buy a multitude of security platforms, if we friend-lock every social media site we belong to?Enter “locate IP address” into Google and the first page of results offers a site where you can find someone’s location by entering their IP address.
This resulted in a cry of “bullying,” the suggestion that this man’s life was being destroyed for expressing his opinion. Gawker very recently unmasked one of the biggest trolls in Reddit’s history.
They use the internet and make friends, like I did.
They offer up their real names and real information about their lives, and they do it without fear.
The man, who was known to many under the username “Violentacrez,” has now been given a real name and a face, and was fired from his job as a result.
The activities this man enjoyed as one of the site’s volunteer moderators are too numerous and abhorrent to begin listing, but yet again, people were outraged.