Did you ever suspect that your private registration on Hoboken411 was being shared?
Your suspicion might be based on the appearance of anonymous posts attacking you by name, or perhaps the creation of a specific screen name tailored to "send a message."
|Bajardi v Pincus: Plaintiff Lane Bajardi Deposition|
Such "message delivery" was not a rare event. Victims would be likely to return fire at those whom they had a reasonable basis to believe delivered the "message." Engagement with these "message-senders" was the foundation of Bajardi v Pincus.
In GA's Monday post, we learned that "anti-Lane and Perry people" were "enemies." "Enemies" criticized either Bajardi, Klaussen or their political views on Hoboken411. To retaliate effectively required the "enemy" be identified. That is where the sharing of private registrations seems to have occurred.
Note, screen name "InfotainMe" was a 'Paragraph 130 Defendant' in Bajardi v Pincus.
If Plaintiff Lane Bajardi already knew the identity of 'InfotainMe,' then why was 'InfotainMe' thrown into Bajardi v Pincus- unless to harass him, subject his ISP to subpoena, cause litigation expenses and silence his political speech?
Hoboken411 was used to mine information about both actual and prospective lawsuit victims.
Hoboken411.com does "rudimentary checking for her real name, screen name..." after Bajardi states he "will be speaking with a lawyer on Monday to see if we can sue." Why? Because "she is one of the nastiest Beth Mason/ Lane bajardi/ Hoboken411 haters on the net."
That's enough to get one sued, apparently.
Another exchange. At 1:10AM on August 24, 2010, Klaussen shared "hate mail" from reader Kate (redacted) with Lane Bajardi. What do the Bajardi's do with this information?
It's called 'opposition research' ( "Kim did some detective work.")
Oh, one more question....
Criticizing Hoboken411 in a private email seems to pose risks.
Of course, posting any political opinion or commentary friendly to Mayor Zimmer or her administration makes you a "paid blogger," and might get you this:
This is just a peek, folks.
We see how the desire to retaliate against critics of Hoboken411, his political ghostwriter, Beth Mason and her surrogates is followed by requests for information and/or the person's identity from Hoboken411. The emails show how Hoboken411 compromised his users' privacy by sharing their email communications, email addresses, IP addresses and names with others.
Some of those compromised ended up as Defendants in Bajardi v Pincus.
Like me. Yup.