Wednesday, September 30, 2015

New United Nations report states that the cyberviolence against women Pornwikileaks has engaged in is the equivalent of physical violence

***Click here and scroll to the bottom of the post to read the entire United Nations report.

UN reportAlexandra Mayers commentary: If there’s justice in the Universe, the developers and operators of Pornwikileaks (along with individuals such as Ari Scott Bass and Sean Matthew Tompkins) will be held accountable for the assault against me, my family and the multitudes of others the venture targeted.
Cyber violence is psychological warfare – and in regards to how pornography ties into it all…today’s pornographic industry is essentially entirely controlled by ORGANIZED CRIME (in other words, today criminals are fraudulently labeling themselves as “pornographers”).

73% of women have experienced cyber violence, according to a new report

Cyber violence is just as damaging to women as physical violence, according to a new U.N. report, which warns women are growing even more vulnerable to cyber violence as more and more regions gain internet access.
The report calls itself a “wake-up call” about cyber violence as a systemic concern, especially as technology is spreading across more regions. Presented by U.N. Women and the U.N. Broadband Commission, the report estimates that 73% of women have endured cyber violence, and that women are 27 times more likely as men to be harassed online. In Europe, nine million girls have already experienced some kind of cyber violence by the time they’re 15. Anita Sarkeesian, a gamer and activist who has long agitated for more action against cyber violence, spoke at the launch of the new report, titled “Cyber Violence Against Women and Girls: A Worldwide Wake-Up Call.”
The U.N. defines violence against women as “any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts.” The report notes that cyber violence is an extension of that definition, that includes acts like trolling, hacking, spamming, and harassment.
The report also argues that “cyber touch is recognized as equally as harmful as physical touch,” suggesting that online harassment might be just as lethal as domestic violence or sexual abuse.
“Dead is dead,” says Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Under-Secretary-General of the U.N. and Executive Director of U.N. Women. “Whether you are dead because your partner shot you or beat you up, or you killed yourself because you couldn’t bear cyber-bullying, or you were exposed to many of the sites that lead people to suicide pacts— bottom line, we lose a life.”
Mlambo-Ngcuka explained that the report is intended to encourage governments to take action against cyber bullying, and U.N. Women is committed to making sure those efforts are sustainable and enforceable. She said the three most important ways to combat cyber violence are sensitization to the dangers, safeguards against harassment, and sanctions against those who perpetuate internet abuse. “This is a 21st century challenge that needs us to have new ways of reacting,” she says. Still, one in five female internet users live in countries where law enforcement are extremely unlikely to respond to internet violence, and only 26% of law enforcement agencies in the 86 countries surveyed are properly prepared to address the problem.
Even with her position at the U.N., Mlambo-Ngcuka says it’s been difficult to convince some people that this is a problem to take seriously. She recalled some resistance from industry leaders, particularly in the gaming space, who seemed to think that cyber violence was not their problem. “The attitude was like, ‘this sells, this is a business we make money off it, so what are you asking us, to reduce profits?’” she says. “This gentlemen said to me, ‘Lady, you are so intense, chill!’”
She emphasized that cyber violence exists on a continuum with physical violence, and that both problems are byproducts of a society that is inherently unequal for women.
Even if women don’t end up dead, the Under-Secretary-General said, cyber violence can still dramatically affect women’s ability to participate in the modern world. With 450 million more women expected to come online in the next three years, more and more women are relying on the internet for educational and professional resources.
If the internet isn’t a safe place for them, Mlambo-Ngcuka added, they risk swearing off it altogether. “If the woman is tormented, she may then decide that ‘I don’t want to have anything to do with technology,” she said. “To be disconnected from technology in the 21st century, it’s like having your freedom disrupted: your right to work, your right to meet people, your right to learn, your freedom of speech. So if women become so intimidated and traumatized from the experiences they may have, it’s a whole world that will be lost to them for the rest of their life.”

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Donald Carlos Seone & xxxFilmjobs are suspended from Twitter

With all the resources and support that the Free Speech Coalition and criminal bloggers attached to organized crime such as Michael Whiteacre aka Ari Scott Bass and Sean Matthew Tompins claim to have - since 2011, they were NOT able to get Donald Carlos Seoane and xxxFilmJobs (the driving forces behind Pornwikileaks) off of Twitter...


Goes to show... ALWAYS bet on BLACK.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Pornwikileaks appears to have plans to capitalize off the Ashley Madison data leak!

CLICK HERE to read about this situation in depth on PublicFiguresToday.com 


Immediately after the Ashley Madison data leak made national news (hackers posted the personal private information of thousands of individuals who have utilized the infidelity website Ashley Madison - a site controlled by Canadian Noel Biderman), it appears that the operators of Pornwikileaks (namely Donny Long aka Donald Carlos Seoane - who according to veteran porn industry blogger Mike South is currently residing with his father in South Florida) have concocted a plan to utilize the data to draw traffic to the website and most likely extort the people who's names are included in the data.

It appears according to the pornwikileaks forum that the operators of pornwikileaks feel that the  re-posted Ashley Madison data leak on their site will "make the site famous".

It seems that every person who is listed in the data leak will have their own forum thread and a wiki which will quickly be indexed by the google search engines.

So now let's see if Pornwikileaks (AND Encyclopediadramatica.se AND TheRealPornWikileaks.com) gets shut down PERMANENTLY.  Back when it wreaked havoc in my life no one cared - after-all I'm just a Black chic who's a nasty porn whore - right?  Maybe now that people who have deep pockets and stellar reputations to protect things will go a bit differently... or maybe they won't... we'll see :)

Click to Enlarge - Pornwikileaks dedicated  a forum to the Ashley Madison data leak!
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Saturday, August 15, 2015