Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Justabit, Jul 28, 2011.
Ive got Plenty of Leads for that .. Let me know.
Just wondering if anyone else touch base in this.. ? i've got great ideas aswell /. .
Come on, man, take a minute to check the rules before starting a thread like this:
3. PROHIBITED CONTENT / ACTIVITIES
Black Hat World may set guidelines for what may appear on the Site, but exercises no control over the Content of such forums and is unable to police all such Content, and makes no representations about its ability to enforce such guidelines.
As part of Black Hat World's guidelines, please be advised that Black Hat World does not encourage or promote any posts or discussions concerning unlawful activities, fraud, or deception, including posts or discussions relating to fraudulent activities such as Cookie Stuffing, "E-Whoring," PVA activities, or using classified ads in a deceptive manner.
Hmm. E-Whoring has been discussed in many posts and I haven't seen many of them being removed, or the op being banned because of that. In the way the rules are written, I would understand that BHW does not promote or endorse E-Whoring in any way, not that it prohibits talking about it. Not sure though, so keeping my mouth shut
Perhaps it is not a "rule" per se but it is in the rules section so perhaps it is a guideline.
If I am a member of a free forum, I would try to adhere to the guidelines as well as the rules.
Ewhoring discussion is not allowed on BHW in any context. Now you know.
The OP gets a permanent vacation for trying to sell ewhore leads. That was his second unauthorized sales thread of the day. :wave:
You're En Fuego today, 7878!
Why is ewhoring talk against the rules?
In all Fairness these are discussed everyday.... In the CL area...
Because the rules prohibit it.
E-whoring used to be a commonly discussed, or basic staple of BH tactics, and had its own section of the forum. After big corporations and the media dropped the hammer down on it as "fraud," with successful suits and prosecutions, BHW revised its policy and now prohibits its promotion. I personally don't think e-whoring is fraud, but given the litigative climate I understand the decision.
Those were fun days!
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