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And, following a scathing article on Jezebel about the website and its more popular Facebook posted last week, plenty are doing just that. These are the keywords of Internet condemnation. With a companion Facebook hosting , members, the website has more than s, containing information on approximately 1, accused homewreckers.
Related: Junk shots? Racist rants? Social shaming on the Internet often backfires. In the age of mutual surveillance, when a woman who "likes" every status a man posts on Facebook can tip off his girlfriend to an affair as is one woman's story posted on the site She's A Homewrecker and its Internet-shaming compatriots are fulfilling a desire among some for the public wrath of a small community Yet the site isn't a total free-for-all. Not every "homewrecker" report is posted, and per site guidelines , the women who submit the stories must include their own name and , though this info isn't posted on the site.
Even though the content [of Homewrecker] is about women calling other women 'sluts,' this is about very specific personal relationships. Noting that many of the stories she viewed on the site are from smaller, rural towns — instead of big cities where it's easy to get lost — Nakamura wonders if the the inability to avoid the accused or the accuser fuels the animosity, if not Internet vigilantism.
If you're given a cyber scarlet letter in Brooklyn, "nobody is going to see it," Nakamura said. But if you live in a small town, and "your nanny or your haircutter sees it, it's going to be a problem. Whatever the criticism for her website, Alexander doesn't buy it. She's surprised some believe she's pitting women against women. Despite the focus on the "other woman," Alexander also rejects criticism that She's A Homewrecker lets men off the hook. Note the "She" in the website's name. They have invested many years with their husbands. They love them The other man their wife is sleeping with.
People who ask to have their photos and information removed from She's A Homewrecker — requests Alexander said she gets "every second of the day" — but she has lawyers. Sites that host content — Facebook, Reddit, She's A Homewrecker — aren't responsible for content posted by their users, per Section of the Communications Decency Act. Angry spouses and lovers, meanwhile, have a lot of legal leeway to talk trash about the people and circumstances of a "Homewrecker" incident if what they're sharing is pretty much true.
To hold someone liable for t he publication of a private facts , the plaintiff has to prove that information was private, among other things. And hey, if the angry spouse busted you via Facebook posts, which they then shared on the Homewrecker site, that's hardly private. As for calling someone a "skank" Helen A. Popkin goes blah blah blah about the Internet. IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser. Share this —. Follow NBC News.Bakersfield MO cheating wives
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