Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by rafark, Nov 5, 2019.
Wonder why is that even there.
Who knows? People might advertise to sell their kidneys on Facebook. :')
Does bathwater count as bodily fluids?
With fluids guess they're trying to avoid another story like that youtuber/gamer selling the water of her bath tub
When the black market tries to use facebook ads?
It is very lucrative and there have been some high profile cases of fraud and improperly handled corpses.
Just google "cadaver sellers", "cadaver seller arrest" and "cadaver seller crime" and you'll find news articles.
But it can also be a lucrative legitimate business if done within regulations and laws. Just one of those icky, high risk businesses that Facebook wants no part of.
I guess, but I assume there are some weirdos that may sell blood or sp$rm.
Thanks I don't want to get flagged by googling those terms.
The fact that Facebook has to explicitly state it in its terms is scary. Sometimes being on the safe side of the Internet you tend to forget the dark side of humanity.
Might as well just turn themselves in to the police
I think that that point it's put there for the eastern part of Europe where people advertise selling their kidneys for money on white markets.
I find it sad as most of the people who sell their organs must be very desperate.
It's put there for girls who sell their ovules, because sp$rm is worthless.
I heard south Americans are buying (white) American seeds, so I don't know.
There was a guy in the U.S. that was selling bones illegally by forging donation forms of people that had died.. A few years after he was convicted he ended up getting bone cancer and died from it.
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