Interesting New Website
I discovered this quite recently, and it doesn't look like it has been around very long.
This particular "service" is operated by and for feminists, as you will observe.
What I find interesting is the "definition drift" that is occurring re: the word "troll". Seems it is no longer necessary to pay an actual visit to another web space in order to qualify for the term. Apparently it is enough simply to launch your "trolleries" from a distance, from your own firebase, and voila! you're a troll!
So be it. I don't think freedom of the press in cyberspace differs much from the traditional kind. "Naming and shaming" is a venerable craft with an ancient lineage, and heaven knows some folk richly deserve to be on the recieving end. ;-) Of course, such folk have a long history, down through the centuries, of not liking it - which is understandable. After all, they're only human. So they can call it "trolling" if they wish. Others might call it muckraking, or satire. What's in a word, anyway?
But it's too late now. The name has already been pronounced, and the shame has been shovelled where it rightly belongs. Those with naught to be ashamed about, have naught to fear from naming and shaming, correct? At any rate, it happened once, and it COULD happen again, at any time. Are you listening, [name omitted] at [URL omitted] ...? Tee-hee-hee!
And remember that the new breed of "distance trolls" don't give a rip if you delete or ban them! Go ahead, [name omitted] at [URL omitted] , delete THIS!