Right Wing Tax Squads: 4chan doxxxes e-thots to the IRS

Bikal

Woodpecker
CynicalContrarian said:
Oh noes...!
Whatever will mankind achieve without the juvenile distraction of Thottery...?



I really wish I hadn't clicked that twitter post, the blatantness of it all being for money only and guys pay for this shit? Like instead of spending $50/mo on the gym and working out plus spending a few $ more on good quality food plus spending $$ on clothes that suit and then spending time socialising, they want to blow $$$$ on whatever that shit is?

I really despair of the world we live in.
 

Jetset

Pelican
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puckerman

Pelican
Who is pushing this Thotaudit thing right now? I bet it's someone who just put a lot of money into cryptocurrency. You aren't going to put these women out of business. You will just drive them to other systems of payment.

Sex, porn, and such has promoted many new technologies. They promoted VCR's, video streaming, online-payment systems, and now cryptocurrency.
 
Here is an update from Quartz on IRS' recent interest in researching taxpayers' social media to assist the agency's auditors in their pursuit of "previously identified cases" but not the initiation of new tax audits.

The IRS wants to use social media to catch tax cheats
December 26, 2018

The Internal Revenue Service is looking for ways to scour social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter in its ongoing quest to catch tax cheats.

That’s according to a request for information issued December 18 by the IRS’s National Office of Procurement. The mining of social media data by the agency has been suspected in the past, but the IRS has never before confirmed the practice.

“Businesses and individuals increasingly use social media to advertise, promote, and sell products and services,” the IRS solicitation reads. “For example, taxpayers can create ‘online stores’ on social networking sites free of cost. Much of this information is unrestricted, allowing the public, businesses and various governmental agencies to discover taxpayers’ locations and income sources. But the IRS currently has no formal tool to access this public information, compile social media feeds, or search multiple social media sites.”

Current IRS policy regarding its employees’ use of internet-based social media research is “largely prohibitive,” it continues. Workers are barred from using their personal social media accounts for work, nor are they allowed to create fake accounts to perform compliance-related tasks. The IRS also “prohibits fictitious ‘friending,’ ‘liking,’ and ‘following’ a person or business.”

Evinnia Lenick, a senior program analyst with the IRS who is overseeing this stage of the initiative, and Kelvin Bogan, the contract specialist on the project, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

American businesses underpay their taxes by $125 billion each year, according to IRS estimates. Overall, the tax agency reports a net tax gap of more than $400 billion annually due to tax evaders.

The agency can certainly use all the help it can get, especially in the face of a budget deficit that has swollen under president Donald Trump to $782 billion; corporate tax receipts have dropped $92 billion year-over-year. The IRS is also working with fewer resources: As of last year, it had 9,510 auditors, one-third fewer than it had in 2010. It conducted 675,000 fewer audits in 2017 than it did in 2010, a drop of 42%. What’s more, nearly a third of current IRS employees will be eligible to retire in the next year.

As such, the IRS is looking for a social media search tool that will, among other things:

* Provide a product that is easily explainable in court.
* Provide real time, customizable reports of publicly available social media information (provided or advertised by businesses), such as new products, current sales, and new locations.
* Provide reports showing that a taxpayer participated in an online chat room, blog, or forum, and reports showing the chat room or blog conversation threads.
* Provide available biometric data, such as photos, current address, or changes to marital status.
* Provide access for at least 25,000 concurrent users.

“In addition to respecting taxpayer rights, the IRS will also be mindful that frequently information posted on social media and the internet may be wrong or misleading,” the IRS solicitation notes.

The IRS request goes out of its way to point out that whatever tool the selected vendor creates, if ultimately utilized, will only help auditors shore up previously identified cases, and will “not be used to search the internet or social media sites for purposes of identifying or initiating new tax audits.” It also says agency officials believe such a tool can help in the fight against identity theft, although it does not explain how this would work.

Product demonstrations are due the week of January 28, 2019.

The IRS wants to use social media to catch tax cheats

Here is the Request for Information.
 

Coja Petrus Uscan

Crow
Orthodox Inquirer
Gold Member
PayPal Thot Audit

PayPal has cut off 100,000 sex workers from their earnings by blocking payments via P*rnhub:

PayPal decided Wednesday to block payments to adult performers who upload content to Pornhub, according to statement from the mega-porn platform.

“We are all devastated by PayPal’s decision to stop payouts to over a hundred thousand performers who rely on them for their livelihoods,” the company said on its blog. “We sincerely apologize if this causes any delays and we will have staff working around the clock to make sure all payouts are processed as fast as possible on the new payment methods.”

Reached for comment, a PayPal spokesman told National Review that “following a review, we have discovered that Pornhub has made certain business payments through PayPal without seeking our permission. We have taken action to stop these transactions from occurring.”

The payment processor would not comment on whether the decision was merely due to a technicality, or a conscious decision to cut off sex workers. In its acceptable use policy, PayPal states that “certain sexually oriented materials or services” are forbidden transactions.

Last month, Pornhub removed “Girls Do Porn” as an official content partner — a contractual agreement that benefits both the channel and Pornhub through views and advertising — a week after the owner and employees were formally charged with federal sex trafficking counts.

In August, nearly 22 young women sued the porn production company for fraud, emotional distress damages, and misappropriation of their likeness, saying that they responded to Craigslist ads seeking models and were then coerced into performing in pornography videos.

Pornhub kept the official channel, with dozens of videos and multi-millions in views, up for months after the allegations emerged. Women who appeared in Girls Do Porn videos told VICE that their appearance on Pornhub led to them be doxed.

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SlickyBoy

Ostrich
Captainstabbin said:
Roosh said:
It's possible those payments were involved with prostitution across state lines or other crimes.

I'd bet almost all of those girls are for sale but wouldn't they rather have cash in person? Seems easier to hide.

They're lazy, and smartphone payments facilitate that laziness. Truth is though, it's a bit safer than taking cash, which gets lost, ripped off, spent, snorted up their noses, etc. At least when they take it by Paypal they've got the illusion of saving it - until the next weekend when they're out shopping for new shoes and their saving plan disappears.


“We [pimp facilitators] are all devastated by PayPal’s decision to stop payouts to over a hundred thousand performers [prostitutes] who rely on them [pimps] for their livelihoods [prostitution]..."

Fixed it. I really see no difference whatsoever between porn and prostitution except for the presence of a camera and just enough fatuous legal mumbo jumbo to make it legal.
 

Thot Leader

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Captainstabbin said:
Roosh said:
It's possible those payments were involved with prostitution across state lines or other crimes.

I'd bet almost all of those girls are for sale but wouldn't they rather have cash in person? Seems easier to hide.

I wonder if any of them are going to start accepting crypto, and if so, will it affect the crypto markets? Now that "sex work" is increasingly seen as legitimate, maybe it will lend more legitimacy to Bitcoin et al.

Also: it's been a year now. Does anyone know of anything coming of the thot audit? Did any cam performers actually get busted for tax evasion?
 

Cr33pin

Crow
Other Christian
Gold Member


Male thirst allowed this to happen.... its not just a twitch thing, its a every day dynamic between men and women thing. I could rant and list examples of the skewed dating market and disparities between women's real value and what they think their value is until I'm blue in the face... an I still wouldn't be out of material. An its soooo out of hand now an there is no turning back. For a fair amount of men on this forum we will be fine cause we have a bit of a clue about women. But if your a average run of the mil "beta" who is brainwashed by the current narrative of what a non toxic male should be.........they don't stand a chance when it comes to women.



This video perfectly illustrates how much respek these thots have for the men who donate money to them an the men who swoon over them



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Teedub

Ostrich
Other Christian
Gold Member
That video, though less than a minute long, was hard to watch. I feel sorry for him, but he'd probably be the first to type "I'd love to get my hands on that Roosh V guy m'lady" in 2015. How sad.
 

Dr. Howard

 
Banned
Gold Member
Thot Leader said:
Captainstabbin said:
Roosh said:
It's possible those payments were involved with prostitution across state lines or other crimes.

I'd bet almost all of those girls are for sale but wouldn't they rather have cash in person? Seems easier to hide.

I wonder if any of them are going to start accepting crypto, and if so, will it affect the crypto markets? Now that "sex work" is increasingly seen as legitimate, maybe it will lend more legitimacy to Bitcoin et al.

Also: it's been a year now. Does anyone know of anything coming of the thot audit? Did any cam performers actually get busted for tax evasion?

If the IRS was going to charge them with tax evasion, the girls wouldn't know and we wouldn't know. They will build as much of the case as they can quietly and if that goes well they will just show up at the Thot's door one day and arrest them.

If its just civil tax evasion, they probably won't start getting notices of examination until 2021
 

Easy_C

Peacock
Disclaimer that I'm not endorsing Pornography, but from a logical perspective I have absolutely no idea why you would ever donate to Twitch thots when you could see more explicit content, from more attractive (and with minimal tats) women, for a few bucks from any one of the old "artsy" porn sites or cam sites.

I don't get it.
 

Kid Twist

 
Banned
Dr. Howie,

Yes, that's how large betting (office) pools are treated. Let them get big, monitor them, then come with the hammer when the stakes get crazy high.
 

Kid Twist

 
Banned
Easy_C said:
Disclaimer that I'm not endorsing Pornography, but from a logical perspective I have absolutely no idea why you would ever donate to Twitch thots when you could see more explicit content, from more attractive (and with minimal tats) women, for a few bucks from any one of the old "artsy" porn sites or cam sites.

I don't get it.

Yes, same idea with strip clubs, totally weird that you would go somewhere public and pay to ... get teased/not ever get to climax? The girls are "real" might be the only thing better in that scenario? None of these things make sense.
 

Thot Leader

Woodpecker
Gold Member
Kid Twist said:
Easy_C said:
Disclaimer that I'm not endorsing Pornography, but from a logical perspective I have absolutely no idea why you would ever donate to Twitch thots when you could see more explicit content, from more attractive (and with minimal tats) women, for a few bucks from any one of the old "artsy" porn sites or cam sites.

I don't get it.

Yes, same idea with strip clubs, totally weird that you would go somewhere public and pay to ... get teased/not ever get to climax? The girls are "real" might be the only thing better in that scenario? None of these things make sense.

The one stripper I've known personally told me her regular clientele didn't so much want sex acts as they needed a woman to talk to and who would listen to them. Yeah I'm sure she still gave tons of handies (and maybe more) but I believed her about this.

It's probably the same with camwhores. They aren't so much selling sexual release (which isn't that rare a commodity) as they are selling a warm interaction with a live woman (which is an extremely rare commodity).
 
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