The Morality Of Smear Campaigns

“Never do anything that you can’t admit doing, because if you are that ashamed of whatever it is, it’s probably wrong” by Ashly Lorenzana.

Never stop learning!! The words in this poster show me that toxic tenants are ashamed of their actions with their websites. They know what they do is morally wrong as they hide their names and use “free speech” nameservers. No legitimate hosting company will host their content as they have policies in place to protect the targets like me.

The morality of strangers creating a website about you on the internet depends on various factors and perspectives. I have read quite a bit over the past few years and came to understand the morality of past Tenants from the workplace creating websites that contain my private information on It is wrong.

Past Toxic Tenants don’t have the right to share the private information they gained during a legal process, nor did I ever give them consent to share what they did in the past. Their actions have caused me issues with identity fraud in my name in Ontario after I had left. I had credit cards being applied in my name, and someone even tried to access my Canada Revenue Account in 2020. I spent days fixing up all my online accounts to secure them more that year. If anything comes out of this new attempt to “expose” me they are now doing, the Police will know right where to go!!

Finding an account on Linkedin in my name under, pissed me off to no end, but they were great in helping me get it removed.

When you have a toxic person who deliberately goes to a free speech hosting company to share content and they post this on the first page of the site, you know they are intent on sharing private information about me and that they intend to make shit up as well, as they did before.

Freedom of Speech – Panamanian Constitution respect freedom of speech. Consequently, we do not censor our members on the basis of content. The Customer is fully responsible of the content, posts, articles hosted in our servers or network.

While their content might be hosted in Panama, they don’t live in Panama and they are still bound by the Laws of Canada!

I assume they are going mad trying to find my address in St. John’s NL. If you notice on WordPress, they are using a picture I had on Facebook in the past that I took here in NL when I first got here. They are determined, I can give you that!

As I said, if I have to become the villain of their narratives, I can’t stop them, but everyone will eventually come to see the truth, just as so many have already in the past 7 years.

They lack morality. They went out of their way to let me know that they can post whatever they want about me and there is nothing I can do about it. That deliberate act just showed me how toxic they are and that they have every intention to keep trying to influence people against me with their words.

Once I learned this info on morality, I spent days going through my posts and removing personal names. I learned from my mistakes of the past. All the documents I share here have been made into a PDF and redacted, as I refuse to show their names anymore, only the words they wrote about me on their sites, and their toxic behaviours, like signing up with free speech nameservers so they can write all the nasty lies they want and get away with it.

I majorly edited my content so I didn’t break my own moral code and I feel better for doing so. Cognitive dissonance is not a comfortable feeling!

Privacy Concerns:

In today’s digital age, the issues of privacy and consent have become more relevant than ever before. With the widespread use of technology and the internet, the potential for unauthorized access and dissemination of personal information has increased substantially.

It is crucial to recognize that the mere existence of personal and private information about an individual on a website, without their explicit consent, is widely perceived as an invasion of privacy and a breach of ethical norms.

Privacy, defined as the right to keep certain aspects of one’s life and personal information confidential, is considered a fundamental human right by many. This includes sensitive details such as contact information, financial records, health records, and any other information an individual may choose to keep private. The unauthorized publication or sharing of such information can have devastating consequences for individuals, potentially leading to identity theft, harassment, discrimination, or even endangering their physical safety.

Consent, as an integral part of privacy, plays a crucial role in ensuring the ethical treatment of personal information. When websites collect and use personal data, individuals should have the right to make informed choices about how their information is being utilized. This requires websites to obtain explicit consent from users before collecting, storing, or sharing their personal data. Without consent, the exposure of personal information becomes an infringement on individuals’ autonomy and their right to control their own digital footprint.

Respecting an individual’s personal boundaries and right to control their personal information is not only an ethical principle but also a matter of trust and respect. Upholding privacy and consent standards fosters a sense of security and maintains a healthy online environment. Individuals are more likely to engage with websites and online services that prioritize and uphold their privacy rights, ultimately nurturing a mutually beneficial relationship between users and providers.

In addition to ethical considerations, legal frameworks and regulations often exist to protect individuals’ privacy and ensure their consent is obtained. Government policies, such as data protection laws and regulations, help safeguard personal information and regulate how organizations handle and process data. These regulations play a vital role in holding accountable those who disregard privacy and consent principles and further emphasize the importance of these ethical considerations in safeguarding individuals’ rights.

The unauthorized presence of personal and private information on a website, like, without a person’s consent represents an invasion of privacy and a violation of ethical principles.

Upholding these principles is not only essential for fostering trust and respect but also for maintaining a secure and healthy online environment. Legal frameworks also play a significant role in enforcing privacy and consent standards, emphasizing the importance of these ethical considerations in protecting individuals’ fundamental rights.

Just because certain hosting companies offer free speech does not mean you get to use it to cyberbullying someone in a personally titled domain in their name!

Intent and Harm:

Intent and harm are two important factors to consider when evaluating the ethics of a website. The intention behind a website’s creation holds significance in determining its moral value. If the primary objective is to defame, harass, or cause harm to an individual or group, it undoubtedly crosses the boundaries of morality. Such malicious intent inherently makes the website morally wrong and ethically unacceptable.

Conversely, when a website aims to provide valuable information or raise awareness about a legitimate topic of public interest, like the smear campaign in my name and the sharing of my private information by past tenants from the workplace, its intention becomes more justifiable. In this context, if the website’s purpose involves shedding light on important matters, enlightening the masses, or facilitating discussions about social issues, it may be perceived as morally acceptable.

By sharing accurate and pertinent information, websites such as mine possess the ability to make a valuable contribution towards enhancing public knowledge and nurturing a well-informed society. Specifically, I am dedicating my platform to recounting my personal experience of enduring psychological abuse orchestrated by strangers at my previous workplace, shedding light on the specific traits displayed that deeply impacted me.

Through the dissemination of my story, I aim to provide an authentic account of the harrowing psychological abuse I endured. By doing so, I aspire to increase awareness surrounding this deeply concerning issue and its profound effects on individuals. The aim is not only to convey my personal plight but also to contribute to the collective understanding of psychological abuse within the broader context of society.

It is my sincere belief that by sharing these experiences, we can begin to challenge and address the patterns, behaviours, and systems that perpetuate psychological abuse instigated by toxic people. Furthermore, the insights I provide into the traits that were inflicted upon me aim to educate others and equip them with the necessary knowledge to recognize and confront similar situations, fostering a safer and more supportive environment for all.

My ultimate goal is to promote a society that values empathy, respect, and emotional well-being. By utilizing the power of storytelling, I aim to foster empathy and understanding amongst readers, encouraging them to advocate for change and contribute to the betterment of society. Through open dialogue and the dissemination of factual and relevant content, we can collectively strive towards a society that says no to psychological abuse and empowers its members to thrive in a healthier and more harmonious environment.

To summarize, the ethical evaluation of a website hinges on the intentions driving its creation. Websites with defamatory, harassing, or harmful purposes are unequivocally morally wrong.

Cultural and Legal Frameworks:

Cultural and legal frameworks play a crucial role in shaping our perception of morality, as they significantly influence our understanding of what is morally acceptable or unacceptable. It is important to acknowledge that morality can vary significantly across different cultures, reflecting the diverse values and beliefs held by societies worldwide.

In light of this cultural diversity, the legality of a particular website can differ depending on the specific jurisdiction and local laws governing the online landscape. What may be viewed as morally acceptable in one culture might be considered completely immoral in another. Hence, it is crucial to consider the cultural and legal context surrounding the creation and operation of a website focused on an individual.

Understanding the cultural context allows us to recognize that different societies have their own unique sets of moral standards and ethical principles. Behaviours or actions that may be praised or tolerated in one culture can be deemed offensive or taboo in another. By taking cultural nuances into account, we become aware of the varying perspectives on what constitutes morally acceptable behaviour in different parts of the world.

Similarly, the legal framework within which a website is operating must be considered when evaluating the morality of strangers creating a website about someone. Legal systems exist to regulate and govern society, aiming to ensure fairness, order, and protection of individuals’ rights. Consequently, the legality of a website can greatly impact our assessment of its moral implications. What may be considered morally unacceptable but not illegal could present a challenging ethical dilemma, as the absence of legal consequences does not necessarily justify the action’s moral standing.

It’s essential to remember that different individuals may have differing ethical perspectives but when someone deliberately goes out of their way to create a website in someone else’s personal name, like, where they share private information they gained about someone else without permission, you know it is morally wrong.

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