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30-May-2015 12:50

[*]Stalkers, often don't have real photos of themselves, they'll either host no photos, or they'll have fake ones. Example, if their account says "Moose Man" they'll most likely have a few photos of moose, quite simple really.[*]Stalkers, often copy the profile of their victim, or in general. and idiot moderators acted too fast lol im looking for hot females to have fun sometime anyone can talk to me except those who has no webcam or who wont open their cam for me your pics have no value for me till i see you on cam if you dont like dirty talk ,dont accept my friend request Pretty obvious right?I assume this is because they aren't intelligent enough to come up with their own profile... ONE" is exactly what they want.[*]Often (now-a-days) spammers/scammers/fakers/etc will say on their profile "This isn't scam" or "I'm not a fake! [*]Look at their screenname, if it's something obvious, like a copy of your screenname, or someone elses..Physics states "for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction" (unless acted on by a greater force..

It's important to note that Tay's racism is not a product of Microsoft or of Tay itself.But the real reason, is as above, a reaction - anger/being upset.. Repeated posting on their wall "YOU COPIED MY PROFILE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! or something redundant, there's a chance they are fake.We have a friend here, who keeps making "cam2cam" or "hotcam" profiles, but lately, he's just made random profiles without the usual name (The above quote, is from his profile) Use your brain - If someone sends you a message saying "hi" and two or three messages later of idle chit chat they ask for your MSN... Know the person your talking to on this site, before you give them personal information.(Or in the real world of stalking, "getting to know you" is how they physically find you, or physically send you things)[*]Branching out - I've seen this one a few times before, a stalker will branch out and contact people on your wall, or friends list telling them lies about you, trying to get them to harass you, or not believe you. If they know you, and hear something about you that isn't typically something you'd do, there's a great chance they will believe you instead of the stalker.[*]False victimization - stalkers, may pretend to be the real victim, to either get attention, or to try and cover their real intentions, I've read many reports of spammers/scammers reporting real users, saying that they are being spammed, when the message history clearly shows it the other way around.As for this, there is nothing you can do to prevent it, other than telling/providing the truth.[*]Arranged meetings - this one, leans more to the real side of stalking, and our Nigerian scammer friends, they'll try to arrange a physical meeting with you, best thing to avoid this - use your brain, never try to meet someone you've talked with over the internet. Don't give out personal information in your first emails...

It's important to note that Tay's racism is not a product of Microsoft or of Tay itself.

But the real reason, is as above, a reaction - anger/being upset.. Repeated posting on their wall "YOU COPIED MY PROFILE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! or something redundant, there's a chance they are fake.

We have a friend here, who keeps making "cam2cam" or "hotcam" profiles, but lately, he's just made random profiles without the usual name (The above quote, is from his profile) Use your brain - If someone sends you a message saying "hi" and two or three messages later of idle chit chat they ask for your MSN... Know the person your talking to on this site, before you give them personal information.

(Or in the real world of stalking, "getting to know you" is how they physically find you, or physically send you things)[*]Branching out - I've seen this one a few times before, a stalker will branch out and contact people on your wall, or friends list telling them lies about you, trying to get them to harass you, or not believe you. If they know you, and hear something about you that isn't typically something you'd do, there's a great chance they will believe you instead of the stalker.[*]False victimization - stalkers, may pretend to be the real victim, to either get attention, or to try and cover their real intentions, I've read many reports of spammers/scammers reporting real users, saying that they are being spammed, when the message history clearly shows it the other way around.

As for this, there is nothing you can do to prevent it, other than telling/providing the truth.[*]Arranged meetings - this one, leans more to the real side of stalking, and our Nigerian scammer friends, they'll try to arrange a physical meeting with you, best thing to avoid this - use your brain, never try to meet someone you've talked with over the internet. Don't give out personal information in your first emails...

If you wish to use our services, but prevent a stalker, i suggest you take the step to remove yourself from the search feature, and upgrade your security settings a little bit, (I. strangers can't read your wall, or people 50 years older to you can't comment to you.) [*]false accusations: The main goal of a stalker, is to get an emotional reaction out of you, or to upset you.