Having been a member of various social networks, what I was not prepared for was what I saw allowed on tagged.com. Profiles created from purported "Taliban" with photos showing dead U.S. and coalition soldiers. Many people and I reported these profiles over the course of the last 2 months. I reported them to the F.B.I. (
email@example.com ) and the "supposed" tagged "security" ( firstname.lastname@example.org ). It seemed that as soon as one profile was deleted, another one or two would be created. A seeming never ending cycle. I reported two profiles last week and sent multiple emails to the tagged site. What resulted was the deleting of not only the offensive profiles, but mine as well. I can only surmise that tagged.com would rather allow the offensive profiles, than the profiles of those that report them. The following link will take the user to the offensive profile and should only be used by the news crew to verify this posting...http://tagged.com/profile.html?uid=5425491945
NOTE: As of this posting, I have not been able to correspond with or contact Tagged.com CEO Greg Tseng.