If you keep up with cannabis community-related social media, you may have noticed Lauren Gibbs' campaign called #Endthe Social Canna Ban.
Business owners have found their cannabis-related social media accounts deleted without explanation or warning.
Those with adult-related accounts are familiar with that experience–it’s widely known that Facebook/Instagram have gender-based nipple issues and genitals are completely forbidden.
It’s a flurry of activity in a short time, you see a number of people you don’t see as much of as you’d like (and some you’d like to see far less frequently), and by the time it’s over, you feel full of joy and utterly exhausted.
has announced that it will be spinning off its Pay Pal division next year as a separate company. Not a great deal in the short-term because the divorce won’t occur until the second half of next year. e Bay started in 1995 and for the first few years the real pain point in trades was payment.
That means that there will be two independent companies: one called e Bay that will be all the global e Bay marketplaces and other companies they own for trading on such as Gumtree. And even then, you’ll just have different logins for e Bay and Pay Pal as you do today. Lots of people sent cheques and even cash in the post. While e Bay attempted to build its own payments system, an independent pretender won over e Bay buyers and sellers.
But an online dating service may be promoting something more than just a social introduction.
Adult services such as prostitution have followed their customers online, closely followed by law enforcement authorities.