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on a related aside, here's a site that's going unnoticed but has the
potential to cause serious social harm:
combined mainstream online community/networking with the ability to add
people who are not registered and then 'rate them' (reputation) - imagine
the potential for those with an ax to grind....
At 02:48 AM 6/5/2004, Peay wrote:
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>This email was from an outfit called "ShareYourExperiences", which appears
>to be a spammer among other disreputable activities. Here are two pages
>In regard to whether they might demonstrate a "useful approach", I don't
>think I would use that description for a service designed to allow people
>to defame one another anonymously.
>At 06:39 PM 04-06-04, you wrote:
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>>Got this, this morning. Odd looking thing - some kind of reputation
>>assessment system. Trouble is the email address concerned is an old
>>one and you can't really get any info without "joining". Does anybody
>>who studies these kind of online systems know if this is sincere or
>>definitely insincere? I can see this being a useful approach for
>>things like small web trade.
>>######Posting About You######
>>Someone who knows you is trying to share opinions and experiences
>>about you in our online community.
>>The purpose of this email is to inform you that a posting has been
>>made about you at our website. This is email is not commercial in
>>If this email message was delivered to your spam or bulk email folder
>>please notify your ISP or spam filtering company regarding this
>>mistake on their part.
>>To view postings about you click here:
>>[log in to unmask]" target="_blank">http://1.shyx.us/lx.php?a=search&b=5&[log in to unmask]
>>This website also includes a highly valuable Daily Searching System.
>>This is a simple system in which you can set-up searches that this
>>website will perform for you each and every day. After performing the
>>searches that you have specified, our Daily Searching System will
>>send your search results to you via email.
>>By setting up Daily Searches for all the people and businesses that
>>matter to you, you will be assured to find out right away when a user
>>submits a Experience Request that is interesting to you.
>>IMPORTANT - To avoid future notifications like this simply add this
>>email address to our Do Not Email List here:
>>[log in to unmask]" target="_blank">http://4.shyxp.biz/lx.php?a=donotemail&[log in to unmask]
>>Edmund Chattoe: Department of Sociology, University of Oxford, Littlegate
>>House, St Ebbes, Oxford, OX1 1PT, tel: 01865-286174, fax: 01865-286171,
>>http://www.sociology.ox.ac.uk Review Editor, J. Artificial Societies
>>and Social Simulation (JASSS) http://www.soc.surrey.ac.uk/JASSS/
>>"So act as
>>to treat humanity, whether in your own person or in another, always as an
>>end, and never as only a means." (Immanuel Kant, Fundamental Principles)
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