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Fri Sep 3, 2021, 03:55 AM

The Texas abortion whistleblower site

www.prolifewhistleblower.com

Site allows people to leave anonymous tips on “abortionists”. You know what to do DUers! Let’s crash this motherfucker with “tips”.

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Elessar Zappa Sep 2021 OP
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sl8 Sep 2021 #2
KS Toronado Sep 2021 #4
Traildogbob Sep 2021 #3

Response to Elessar Zappa (Original post)

Fri Sep 3, 2021, 05:55 AM

1. There was another tip I saw here,

that may work better. The tip claims that the site is operated by GoDaddy and these tips violate the GoDaddy policy of privacy. Sending emails to GoDaddy complaining of privacy violations was the suggestion.

I only post this from memory so if I am wrong someone please correct me.

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Response to Elessar Zappa (Original post)

Fri Sep 3, 2021, 06:09 AM

2. 'Here's How You Can Help Shut Down the Vile Website for Snitching on People Who Get Abortions in TX'

https://gizmodo.com/here-s-how-you-can-help-shut-down-the-vile-website-for-1847557293

Here’s How You Can Help Shut Down the Vile Website for Snitching on People Who Get Abortions in Texas

The site was started for Texans to report violations of the state's "heartbeat bill."

By Shoshana Wodinsky
Wednesday 4:23PM

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Unfortunately, overloading the site with pictures of everyone’s favorite ogre wasn’t enough to knock it from the web, nor were the multiple denial-of-service attacks that slammed the site on the eve before the bill was set to go into action. But there is another route people can take: pleading with the site’s hosting provider. In this case, the registrar is GoDaddy—a company that’s historically known for being kind of terrible all around, but also one with a slew of rules for what its sites can be used for. In the company’s terms of service for users, GoDaddy mandates that its site owners cannot use a GoDaddy-hosted site to:

collect or harvest (or permit anyone else to collect or harvest) any User Content (as defined below) or any non-public or personally identifiable information about another User or any other person or entity without their express prior written consent.

The ToS also states that GoDaddy’s customers cannot use its platform in a manner that “violates the privacy or publicity rights of another User or any other person or entity, or breaches any duty of confidentiality that you owe to another User or any other person or entity.” In either case, a site solely set up to out people who try to help someone attain a sensitive, stigmatized medical procedure probably fall under this domain.

GoDaddy has its own specific tipline set up for users to reach when they see a site falling afoul of the company’s privacy rules: privacy@godaddy.com. People can also file out an abuse report with the platform, and let GoDaddy know that they’ve come across “content that displays personal information.” While the examples that GoDaddy gives in the form are sites listing people’s social security or credit card numbers, the Texas tipline is a pretty clear privacy violation of a different sort.

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Response to sl8 (Reply #2)

Fri Sep 3, 2021, 06:52 AM

4. Thanks for the info

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Response to Elessar Zappa (Original post)

Fri Sep 3, 2021, 06:47 AM

3. Women in congress

Should write a bill making Viagra illegal and at the same level offense as meth. But way too many male lawmakers, and GQP pedies and women stalkers with all that power.

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