FidoSysop AKA Doc the publisher of motor vehicle consumer fraud awareness website ebaymotorssucks.com since 2004 is yet another victim of eBay corporate cyberstalking. If this fortune 500 company is serious about cleaning it’s bad image up, getting rid of it’s public relations stooge CrazeeNyDriver is a good start. All he is doing is enticing hatred and bullying!
Like the Natick couple, I’ve been critical of eBay, specifically their Motors venue car scams, and have paid dearly for my consumer awareness efforts. YouTube is complicit for refusing to remove blatant bullying videos that violate multiple Google policies.
The U.S. Attorney arrests of six high level former eBay executives and team members last week proved the fortune 500 company is no longer getting away with hate crimes against bloggers in the private sector. But the Natick couple are not the only ones eBay has targeted. For 16 years my ebaymotorssucks.com has been saving internet car buyers and sellers from fraud and bad sellers. I’ve been mercifully cyberstalked by this company for my consumer fraud awareness efforts.
James Baugh, 45, of San Jose, Calif. eBay’s former Senior Director of Safety & Security, was arrested and charged by criminal complaint with conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses. David Harville, 48, of New York City, eBay’s former Director of Global Resiliency, was arrested in New York City on the same charges and will make an initial appearance via video conference in U.S. District Court in the Southern District of New York.
In addition the following defendants were charged in an Information unsealed today: Stephanie Popp, 32, of San Jose, eBay’s former Senior Manager of Global Intelligence; Stephanie Stockwell, 26, of Redwood City, Calif., the former manager of eBay’s Global Intelligence Center (GIC); Veronica Zea, 26, of San Jose, a former eBay contractor who worked as an intelligence analyst in the GIC; and Brian Gilbert, 51, of San Jose, a former Senior Manager of Special Operations for eBay’s Global Security Team. They are each charged with conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses and will make appearances in federal court in Boston at a later date.
The charges of conspiracy to commit cyberstalking and conspiracy to tamper with witnesses each carry a sentence of up to five years in prison, three years of supervised release, a fine of up to $250,000 and restitution. Sentences are imposed by a federal district court judge based upon the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.
I'm a retired auto dealer (trust-me) and ASE cert tech. Hobbyist system operator (sysop) of doc's place computer bulletin board system online since 1991. Just hanging out in cyberspace blogging about politics and other topics, and keeping up with tech!