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article imageSite accuses women of being hookers and posts their private info

By Owen Weldon     Dec 29, 2012 in World
The 'potential Prostitutes' site posts photos and numbers of women who users claim are prostitutes, and then charges 'offenders' if they want the information removed.
Potential Prostitutes accepts submissions from sources who remain anonymous, and these sources claim that they have information about women who work in the sex industries. The photographs of the women are not only posted, but their personal contact information is posted too, according to Daily Mail.
The website says that it is not responsible for background checks or the veracity of the accusations. The site also says that if someone wants their profile removed, innocent or not, then they will be charged $100.
According to Gizmodo, the owners of the site say that they operate based on the efforts from motivated members of their local community who have come in contact with a potential prostitute online, and feel that they can be a threat. The site also says that the 'offenders' that are on their site are reported by local members who feel that they need to be taught a lessons before their actions escalate.
According to International Business Times, the site says that nearly all the people in their database can be accessed by searching for 'offenders' names in Google, Yahoo and/or Bing.
The website also says that it has fought against numerous lawsuits charging them with defamation, and that they have successfully won numerous lawsuits.
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