Since, according to Gene Ross and AVN, we in the adult industry are big readers of any article out there about child pornography, child molestation, rape, sexual murder and just plain stalking, here’s an article about an app that will creep most people out, but will probably sexuall fulfill Gene Ross and AVN.
It is located at CultOfMac.com:
This Creepy App Isn’t Just Stalking Women Without Their Knowledge, It’s A Wake-Up Call About Facebook Privacy
“Boy, you sure have a lot of apps on your phone.”
“Well, it’s my job.”
“Oh, I couldn’t choose. But hey, want to see one to set your skin crawling?”
“Girls Around Me? Again?” she scolded. “Don’t show them that.”
She turned to our friends, apologetically.
“He’s become obsessed with this app. It’s creepy.”
I sputtered, I nevered, and I denied it, but it was true. I had become obsessed with Girls Around Me, an app that perfectly distills many of the most worrying issues related to social networking, privacy and the rise of the smartphone into a perfect case study that anyone can understand.
It’s an app that can be interpreted many ways. It is as innocent as it is insidious; it is just as likely to be reacted to with laughter as it is with tears; it is as much of a novelty as it has the potential to be used a tool for rapists and stalkers.