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Posted: 12/19/2005 11:48:36 AM EDT
I just got this in my email box:





On 19 Dec 2005 12:32:56 -0800, admin@teensseks.com <admin@teensseks.com> wrote:

young girls 12-14 y.o. fucking with men.
you can order DVD or get access online.

ICQ: 212457409
E-Mail: admin@teensseks.com





What the hell? Any idea on how to get this MF'r? Think sending it to tips.fbi.gov would amount to anything?



Link Posted: 12/19/2005 11:49:43 AM EDT
i would just forward it to the FBI, if anyone can do anything about it, it would be the FBI.
Link Posted: 12/19/2005 12:14:17 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/19/2005 12:14:58 PM EDT by happycynic]
There are also websites where you can post the contact information ananomously. They will collect it and forward it to the proper authorities (FBI, etc...). Use these if you think they had any attachments or viruses on that email. The law is VERY broad about what constitutes possession in these matters. Google to find the websites, I don't recall their address off the top of my head.
Link Posted: 12/19/2005 1:07:02 PM EDT
Well since you posted the email address,,,,
there's probably not a lot the FBI can do.
Going to http://www.dnsstuff.com/ and doing a WHOIS lookup on the domain name "teensseks.com", it is registered to an owner in Khomutov, CZ.
CZ being Checkoslovakia.
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If you get stuff like this in your email, the best thing to do is just forward it to your own ISP with a "mild" complaint. That way they can add the domain to their spam list to attmept to prevent any further emails from the domain "teensseks.com" from getting anywhere on their mail servers, and they can do a check quickly to detirmine if any law-enforcement agencies in your country (wherever you happen to be located) would be useful to inform or not.
Much of the time, it's "not".
There is no use bothering the FBI for example, for an offender on the opposite side of the world.

Assuming such content is illegal in your country (as it is in most) your ISP wants no part of it on their servers--and they are in a better position to handle that aspect of it than the government is.
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Link Posted: 12/19/2005 1:16:20 PM EDT
Hell, I wouldn't be surprised to find it's probably FROM the FBI.

For what it's worth, I have my browser configured not to load images when checking email. It saves a lot of bandwidth and avoids having to explain the inadvertent pr0n in my browser cache.
Link Posted: 12/19/2005 1:58:28 PM EDT
Not cool
Link Posted: 12/19/2005 2:06:57 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 12/19/2005 2:14:08 PM EDT by LoginName]

Originally Posted By ken_mays:
Hell, I wouldn't be surprised to find it's probably FROM the FBI.



+1, or as is usually the case with any porn site advertising "young", "teens", "schoolgirls", etc the models are all college age or older.

Just the same, any site even claiming "young girls 12-14 y.o. fucking with men" is bad Ju-Ju.

ETA...

Looks like the site is in registered Czechoslovakia (as is goldwatercasino.com)

WHOIS information for teensseks.com:

[whois.PublicDomainRegistry.com]
Registration Service Provided By: REAL INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS CORP.
Contact: +1.2012218228

Domain Name: TEENSSEKS.COM

Registrant:
Mik
A.M (admin@goldwatercasino.com)
V aleekh 41
Khomutov
Khomutov,36925
CZ


Creation Date: 29-May-2005
Expiration Date: 29-May-2006

Domain servers in listed order:
ns0.hqhost.net
ns1.hqhost.net


Administrative Contact:
Mik
A.M (admin@goldwatercasino.com)
V aleekh 41
Khomutov
Khomutov,36925
CZ


Technical Contact:
Mik
A.M (admin@goldwatercasino.com)
V aleekh 41
Khomutov
Khomutov,36925
CZ


Billing Contact:
Mik
A.M (admin@goldwatercasino.com)
V aleekh 41
Khomutov
Khomutov,36925
CZ
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