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However, she does reveal she discovered he was cheating with multiple profiles on online dating sites after a little bit of detective work, including Google search history and finding a receipt for unusual purchases from a Tops store in Cicero. "You left your mascara in my husband's old vehicle (he bought a newer one in late September). His financial decisions will drive you into bankruptcy. And you, my dear, are lookin' to him like his life boat.The post then invites readers to do their own detective work to see if they can identify her soon-to-be ex-husband, who's 56 and works as a "contractor-type," and his mistress, also known as "the proud new doormat for a middle-aged man." "So the following may be you, or it may be 'multiples' of you. (He's done it twice) His family will hate you (they're weird, you'll see), and he has a tendency to do incredibly stupid stuff," she writes. Get out while you can." The Craigslist post is hardly the first attempt to shame a cheater in public. Lisa." When infidelity website Ashley Madison was hacked this year, data suggested cheaters really are everywhere."If you're a real, actually nice person, that has been duped, just know that he's gotten very good at lying. Last year, a note a Detroit Lions fan gave to a stranger whose girlfriend was texting another man went viral. Its 36 million users, which included former "19 Kids and Counting" star Josh Duggar and one of the "Real Housewives of New York" husbands, live in every U. zip code except three -- two small towns in Alaska and one in New Mexico.This past September, a jilted lover bought a billboard sign in England that said: "To my cheating husband Paul. The Communications Act (also known as the Communications Decency Act) says websites can't be held liable for its users' actions, but FOSTA's language makes clear that the old law wasn't intended to protect websites that "facilitate prostitution," and imposes a 10-year prison term and/or a fine on anyone who operates an online service that does.Finding it impossible to monitor the tens of millions of Americans who use the site every year, Craigslist opted to shut down the personals section to prevent any kind of potential lawsuit under FOSTA.
At first, Twitter users lamented that it applied to the missed connections section, which is a gold mine for fascinating (and perhaps sometimes fictional) Internet stories, but as of Friday morning that section appeared to be available.“U. Congress just passed HR 1865, "FOSTA", seeking to subject websites to criminal and civil liability when third parties (users) misuse online personals unlawfully. We can't take such risk without jeopardizing all our other services, so we are regretfully taking craigslist personals offline. To the millions of spouses, partners, and couples who met through craigslist, we wish you every happiness!
”According to The Verge, the Senate voted Thursday to advance the Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act, which is designed to fight sex trafficking on sites like Backpage.com, but opponents say could stifle free speech online and hurt operators of smaller websites.
The House recently passed its own version of the legislation, amending FOSTA, or the Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act of 2017, and the Senate’s version combines both parts of the legislation.
So if someone posts something illegal on a site, the site isn’t legally responsible.
But the new legislation Congress passed would mean that websites would be liable for user posts that promote sex trafficking; the law would also make it easier for victims of sex trafficking to sue companies that host that kind of user content.