At PlayDate.com we take any kind of abuse seriously. Please take the time to e-mail us at Abuse@PlayDate.com to report any kind of abuse you are victim to or otherwise discover on our site. We will make every effort to address your concerns immediately. While you can submit reports anonymously should you choose, it is helpful if you supply an e-mail address so the proper authorities may follow- up with you as need. Below are additional resources to assist you in reporting abuse.
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- Abuse.com – Resource guides and bulletins for combating Internet-related abuse
- Adventures of an Open Proxy Server – Security whitepaper discussing proxy honeypots and observations on the types of abuse that are aided and enabled by insecure proxy servers.
- Composing abuse reports – Advice on what to include in an abuse report to an ISP, what to omit, and where to send it.
- Cyber Law Enforcement – A network of law enforcement officers who specialize in cybercrime investigation and training. Cover child pornography, cyberstalking, cyberscams and fraud online.
- Cyberbullying – Site promotes awareness of bullying using technologies such as SMS, email and the internet, the damage it does, and ways to protect yourself from it.
- Cyberbullying.ca – Discusses recognition and prevention of intimidation by email, IM, web sites and other internet or high-technology media.
- Net Abuse FAQ Index – A collection of Frequently Asked Questions related to net abuse, including spamming and e-mail scams.
- Network Abuse Clearinghouse – A database of addresses for reporting Internet abuse.
- Pirated Sites – A portal for sites pilfered, plundered and otherwise not original. Working to stop the theft of design and code.
- ScamBusters – Monthly e-zine about recognizing, preventing and fighting all types of fraud, misinformation and abuse perpetuated with the help of the internet.
- Webguardian – A nonprofit Internet watchdog, providing protection and advice for consumers and reducing Internet crime and fraud.
The content of our “Report Abuse” section is based on the Open Directory.
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