And now I have a little mobster acting like a little stalker who thinks he is doing a bust.
It’s really creepy, since I asked him to leave me alone, and he agreed to do so.
Because @Klout, a content aggregator shared my content.
You heard right, Sam Schinke is going to report me to Klout, because I shared Klout’s share of my content and other twitter accounts tweeted it.
And yet this does not prevent this little cyberstalker from spying on me.
And Sam jumps to the totally incorrect conclusion that I created those links and bots are tweeting them.
Twitter has rules against creating false and misleading tweets, but they don’t seem to enforce them.
As a Twitter advertiser, I am confounded by this.
Why does Twitter allow some random cyberstalker to lie about advertising partners?
And then, amazingly enough, I can share them.
Klout has shared the recent blogs I have written.
Including the particular blog (and link Klout created) the cyberstalker is captivated by.
Advertisers are spending less on Twitter as twitter growth has stalled and with people able to openly stalk and lie about you, it’s no wonder at that.
Klout aggregates and disseminates content.
They have long shared my blogs. I never know when a particular blog will be shared, they pick up the content they want to.
I simply find the content on Klout, and then people share it.
Social Media, working as intended for me.
And freely abused by shameless, lying cyberstalkers intent to do harm.
They have been great to me, so I have 0 worries.