Increasingly, companies eager for our attention online have to be part of these conversations.
And increasingly, they’re doing it through chatbots.
The charges, Tom said, were bogus, but he entered into a plea agreement to avoid the possibility of 10 months in jail.
His real name was in the news for days while he was incarcerated for soliciting a child online.
Tom became the first of six men arrested by the Corvallis Police Department in an ongoing online sting aimed at taking sexual predators off the streets and making others think twice before using the Internet to lure children for sex.
), that she had many friends who did this and she really wanted to do it.
When I brought up the point of how these photos could be out in the world for anyone to see and could affect her future jobs, etc., she said that it was illegal to discriminate and that anyone who would judge her, should they see the photos, was judgmental and she wouldn't want much to do with them.
Aside from explicit photos, she had details about herself that would allow someone to figure out who she was and without too much effort, where she went to school and where she lived.
To make a long story short, she deleted her account, but she still doesn't see anything wrong with posting the photos.