Rowell and Matthews found that one of the messages Mary Murphy had sent came from a domain owned by the Bivings Group, a PR company specialising in internet lobbying. An article on the Bivings website explained that “there are some campaigns where it would be undesirable or even disastrous to let the audience know that your organization is directly involved … Message boards, chat rooms, and listservs are a great way to anonymously monitor what is being said. Once you are plugged into this world, it is possible to make postings to these outlets that present your position as an uninvolved third party.”(6)
Nick Kitchener wrote:
I think we should apply permaculture principles to corporate trolls.
So, an excess of corporate trolls means there is a deficiency in...
Ernie Wisner wrote:http://www.interadvocacy.com/category/tools/
these are the guys and he has links we can track to his companies that do this trolling stuff.
However this is a double edged sword, these are paid spammers however this is kinda what we unintentionally do when we advocate for this forum. hmmm it becomes a moral ambiguity thing. on the other hand this bunch of folks are creepy.
Julie Carney wrote:
I guess I don't want to be knocked out as a troll if I post questions / point out problems I'm having.....
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