So someone (not sure if it’s a guy or a girl) created PSUacb.com, which was a Penn State version of the site collegeacb.com. The premise/idea of the site is awful. The site is a platform for people to anonymously comment, make fun of, and talk shit on people. The site is predominately used by Greek Life, often arguing which frat/sorority is the best, as you can see.
Anyway, after a couple weeks of the site being live, the person who created PSUacb.com revealed the identities of 90% of the people who commented on site assuming they were “anonymous”, today.
The point is, nothing is “anonymous” on the internet.
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Or in my words, 2012 ladies and gents. 2012.
But seriously. What a bold move. Like I’m not sure if this person did a good thing or a bad thing? Like we get the point, but really? Revealing the names and IDs of all these people just to prove a rather obvious point, that most people already knew? Not sure how I feel about this.
Ps. Seems like the person is pretty proud of proving his or her “point”.
Pps. the “#sorryimnotsorry” makes me think a girl created this
1 star for total asshole
5 stars for I respect what he or she did, he or she is proving a point