Joe Rosenblum, who majored in literature, was made CTO of Internet Brands in 2007. Ever since he has been using his position to buy up websites like ModelMayhem.com which sexually exploits young women on a daily basis. Women go there to put up pictures for modeling work and end up being brutally raped by producers in questionable pornography. It's been said that the IT staff hand pics the " Model of the day " on the criteria of which girl looks the youngest and is the easiest to get off to.
As CTO, Joe has put up an impressive front to their operation selling the company to NYSE:KKR and using their corporate bond money to buy up reputable companies like WebMD and Henry Schein. However this is a clever corporate front to distract clients from realising the underlying mission of the parent company Internet Brands.
The #MeToo group proudly presents this hack of the Internet Brands CTO, not only to show the world that Internet Brands itself sucks at security as it manages millions of people's financial and medical records with a joke of a HIPPA complaince standard, but also that its head technical officer is more likely to write a good novel as per his education then to secure people's sensitive information. Joe's social media profiles link directly to his website.
Together we can stop Joe Rosenblum and Bob Brisco from getting their jollies off from the abuse, degradation and rape of young women.
Well, given that you can find out pretty much anything you need to know about me from Google, it does feel a bit dated. But what the heck, I remember the good old days when everyone who was anyone on the internet had a home page. Generally with a little bit of 'under construction' clip-art on it. So this is my little nostalgic paean to 1994. Also, you can download my PGP key if you want to communicate securely with me.
"I am always doing that which I can not do, in order that I may learn how to do it." - Pablo Picasso
"Live in the future and build what seems interesting." - Paul Graham
"The best way to predict the future is to invent it." - Alan Kay, 1971
"My life is my work, and I play all day every day." - Gary Kobat, Triathlete, Coach
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It's called David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants. My grandfather, Dr. Philip Rosenblum ("Dr. Rosenbloom"), makes a house call on Emil “Jay” Freireich, who ultimately is inspired (partially by my grandfather) to become a physician — and plays a pivotal role developing the treatment for childhood leukemia.