Scott Karp Wins!! (Or Did He?)

 

MySpace.com has removed 200,000 “objectionable” profiles from its site. 

Scott Karp's site is also down (10:23am eastern time).

There is no proof to the rumor it was hacked by former MySpacers…

(original picture by binary koala)

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5 Comments on “Scott Karp Wins!! (Or Did He?)”

  1. Liz Strauss Says:

    what did they expect?

  2. Scott Karp Says:

    I didn’t win, News Corp shareholders won — that’s who actually owns the spaces on MySpace.

    Despite the morality play that resulted, the point of my original post was simply that this would happen.

    If hackers want to take it out on someone, they should hack Fox News.


  3. […] After an extensive campaign by Publishing 2.0’s Scott Karp and Prince Campbell of Chartreuse (with me behind the scenes and in the comments) designed to eliminate MySpace as a competitor, the three of us can finally announce the stealth project we’ve been working on for months. […]


  4. I don’t know anything about Scott Karp, but MySpace is a seething toilet of trivial crap and scrambled terminology ( a post is called a blog, etc.).

    MySpace is a predators’ paradise, and deserves to die, now. Screw that idiot who owns it, you know his big fat name.


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