Website shaming 'homewreckers' growing in popularity
The Internet is a place where people are constantly posting their complaints or personal issues.
But a new website growing in popularity is starting to turn some heads.
The new site, shesahomewrecker.com (WARNING: SITE CONTAINS ADULT CONTENT), looks to shame women (and now men) who have allegedly broken up a marriage. The site identifies the person by name, the city they live in and even has an accompanying photo.
The problem with the site is that it does not require any sort of authentication. All a user has to do is it submit, the form is reviewed and the supposed "homewrecker" is Internet famous.
Of course, the site includes a note that the owners aren't responsible for the content as it could contain "rumors, speculation, assumptions, factual information and opinions." But that doesn't protect a woman from being wrongly accused.
What do you think? Is a site like this acceptable?