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Investigators say that the very next day, a second deputy--also using a fake Facebook profile purporting to be a 14-year-old girl--sent a message to Felde via the social network.Again, they say, the suspect turned the conversation sexual, and tried to arrange group sex with that "girl" and her 13-year-old cousin.
It was not a mechanism that allowed or encouraged me to blend my physical reality or even my identity in the physical real in any significant way with my virtual identity or social experience.Reports say that on August 4, Aaron Felde, 22, sent a Facebook friend request to a fake Facebook profile investigators set up purporting to be that of a 14-year-old girl.Investigators say that the conversation between the suspect and the girl quickly became sexual, and that the man even asked the "girl" to invite a pre-teen friend along to join them for group sex.For me, the internet in the late 90s was a space for toying with authenticity and identity.It was a space where relationships would start and end in an Instant Message window, marked by a random pixilated dick shot that was emailed for authenticating purposes; a space where you knew that whoever you thought you were speaking to, was a mere fallacy or a robot.In addition, Nichols also created/repurposed a bot that used computer code to respond to certain keywords by transmitting random insults and profanity to RWM’s internet relay chat (IRC) channel.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is conducting the investigation.
According to documents filed in the case, a (now) convicted defendant, Jesse Mc Graw, a former contract security guard at the North Central Medical Plaza in Dallas, was arrested in June 2009 on a criminal complaint filed in the Northern District of Texas that charged him with accessing, without authorization, protected computers in a medical facility.
Mc Graw was indicted in July 2009, and in May 2010, he pleaded guilty to two counts of transmission of malicious code.
It was a time when AOL ruled the virtual sphere (for the most part) and cast virtual interpersonal communication into the mainstream.
I was addicted to AOL chat rooms, spending hours in front of my Gateway computer talking to strangers and swapping fake photos. Unless, of course, you were born in the 90s, and were subsequently too young for the sketchy days of online intimacy.
It was a space that did not promise to bridge the virtual with the real in some live encounter.