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Gen Z loves Depop. But as the startup has grown, so have complaints about predators. For the last few months I’ve been interviewing users— many of whom are teens— who say they’re being harassed for nudes, personal info, and more. Here’s my latest for @BoF.
I wrote about BALLER BUSTERS, an Instagram account causing chaos in the insta entrepreneur world by calling out “flex offenders” for not “acting their wage” https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/11/style/baller-busters-online-scams.html …
UPDATE: Syniverse just emailed to let us know that they underestimated. There were more undelivered texts sent Thursday morning than the very specific number (168,149) they initially reported. We've asked for a new number; they've said they don't have one right now.
I have the origin story. From the anonymous sticker maker who takes advantage of deals on Sticker Mule: "I really liked what Byford was doing with the Fast Forward plan and felt like he needed some recognition and love in light of that bastard Cuomo treating him like shit."
New York ❤️s Andy Byford. Can you imagine this happening with any other New York City Transit leader since maybe David Gunn in the 80s?
Traded my yoga mat for a reporter’s notebook & asked the questions a reverent yogi isn’t supposed to ask about the culture of touch & consent in yoga. 🧘🏽♀️ Over 5 months, I interviewed more than 50 people in 6 states. There are more questions to be asked.
after 3 years at The Times, it finally happened. i had a profile written about my fascinating, successful life.* (said profile spends four words on me and doesn't mention my name, but it counts.) https://www.nytimes.com/2019/11/07/style/what-does-a-chief-of-staff-do.html …