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1605 No. 1605 ID: cb9131
In light of a certain poster's frequent stories that would indicate, to most, that xe is looking for the very first opportunity to shoot someone and have even a remote chance of getting away with it, I would like to suggest a particular SOP be implemented.

As background, see the SoL case. When he was arrested and appeared in the news, the story was posted and he was identified by his trip. That information then ended up in the google index and was discovered by Scooby-Do Online, who searched out posts made by SoL and forwarded those they found damning to the detectives running the case.

Now, whether or not that has hurt SoL and his defense is so far unknown. It certainly hasn't helped him. And I would imagine we would all prefer to limit Opchan's exposure to such scutiny.

Therefore I would suggest that it become standard procedure to maintain absolute PERSEC when it comes to any Opchan users, tripfags, namefags, and anonymous alike, who are the subject of a criminal investigation of any sort. Specifically we do nothing to link their real name with their trip, name, or postID.

Of course I don't advocate non cooperation with law enforcement operating within the scope of a proper and legitimate investigation, I just suggest we not do their job for them, nor give any bored housewives cause to utter our name.
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>> No. 1606 ID: 3626f0
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If OPchan staff is contacted by Law Enforcement to release logs and so on in regards to a legal case for which the necessary warrants have been written, then we will provide the LEOs with whatever logs we have. Said logs are regularily trimmed though, so they don't go back very far.

As for PERSEC, well, if the poster in question feels like he can post pictures of himself or release his identity on the site, it's not our responsibility to delete that.

If an operator1 shared his IRL name with another operator2 via non-public ways, it should not be posted on OPchan without his express approval. Operator2 will have to decide for himself if he wants to contact law enforcement with info if shit goes down or not. That is again not our responsibility.

>It certainly hasn't helped him.

That's up for debate. It showed how incompetent the prosecution was to believe SoL made a confession on a public website that has no nickname protection at a moment when SoL was already in jail for said crime?

Either way, SoL posted a picture of himself with a high profile individual. It's his own fault that his nick was associated with his IRL name. The internet does not forget...
>> No. 1607 ID: cb9131
>>1606
>It's his own fault that his nick was associated with his IRL name. 
Not exactly. Ultimately, if you count his asking for local volunteers to help out with his mock trial, yes. Even posted his photo. But his real name wasn't associated with his trip until Frankengun posted the news story about him and said "Hey, this is SoL."

That is specifically what I would like us to avoid in the future.

>If OPchan staff is contacted by Law Enforcement to release logs and so on in regards to a legal case for which the necessary warrants have been written, then we will provide the LEOs with whatever logs we have.
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>I don't advocate non cooperation with law enforcement operating within the scope of a proper and legitimate investigation
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>>1607
>That is specifically what I would like us to avoid in the future.

SoL violated his own PERSEC publicly, in multiple ways. This means he lost his right to secrecy. The information was already up for the grabbing.
Frankengun has posted a lot of pics of himself with his name on his uniform & everything. He knows that if shit goes down, he'll get identified.

I find it hard to make rules against something someone has done to himself. Doxing & PERSEC breaches goes beyond that, obviously. But in this case, it was entirely self-inflicted.

Sure, it was not in OPchan's best interest, but the community also had a right to know.

Personally, I would've handled it differently, but it was not my call. I'll bring it up with the other admins & mods, but I doubt they'll have a hugely dissenting opinion on this.
>> No. 1609 ID: 56af66
I think what Kain is saying is this...

>Next week Clio goes out and smokes some dude because he didn't support her snowflake cause of the week...

>RFL happens to know Clio's real name/has seen her

>RFL sees news story

>RFL runs to opchan "OMG U GUISE CLIO JUST SHOT SOMEBODY HURR DURR"

What Kain is saying is that the last step there should never happen, and when it does happen said threads should be locked and nuked ASAP.
>> No. 1610 ID: 8adb5a
  >>1609
>that scenario
>> No. 1616 ID: ffba8d
>>1605
Yeah I think that would be cool, but at the same time I think aforementioned poster should stick to his gut and just stop.
>> No. 1622 ID: e28a05
I think we should let idiots dig their own holes by posting stupid incriminating shit on this site. If people can't keep their dumb mouths shut, they deserve everything bad that happens to them as a result.
>> No. 1634 ID: e76043
>>1622
Basically this. If you post PII online you're an idiot.
>> No. 1636 ID: 301716
>>1607
Kain does have a point here. Frankengun might have inadvertantly started this by posting the article and saying, "Oh hey, SoL got arrested on the charge of murder." I even remember that thread and asking Franky if he was absolutely sure. And since that thread was archived like all other threads back then, a simple Google search reveled the results. Anyone that searched for SoL's real name and details of the case would have eventually gotten OPERATORchan links.

And that's exactly what happened. Bored housewives have a lot of time to do that shit and thus Webdicks. I'm not sure I entirely support Kain's suggestion, but perhaps if someone made a thread in /t/ tomorrow the mods/admins could either delete it and issue a gag order of some sort or keep it in /dmz/. No one is talking about denying police the ability to get information via a warrant. But it'd be nice to keep Webdick-esque parties the fuck off of OPERATORchan from simple Google searches.
>> No. 1640 ID: 6a1864
>>1636
Finally someone with some reading & comprehension ability.

>it'd be nice to keep Webdick-esque parties the fuck off of OPERATORchan from simple Google searches.
This is exactly what I'm after. And I'm not even asking for bans or even censoring. Its more of a "guys, this would be bad for opchan and/or members who are in potential trouble. Can we agree not to do it?" type idea.
>> No. 1670 ID: 3a9c19
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