Identity Theft – Messages posted in 1990s on Usenet & now archived on Google falsely made in my name
For the record,
Today, June 10 2010, someone using the name “Me” has been doing the rounds and posting the following comment on various Toronto area websites:
Me // June 10, 2010 at 12:25 pm | Reply
I find the inclusion of the very fringe mayoral candidate Himy Syed laughable.
This http://himysyed.tyo.ca/about/islamic-banker/ is the link to this self-professed Islamic banker, but not a banker under Canadian Law.
Or how about his advice http://groups.google.ca/group/can.general/browse_thread/thread/29f25bda5a40e928/c03c054074e4eb4?q=immigration+canada+%22how+to+get%22+OR+%22getting+into%22+abuse on how to Get Into Canada a guide to abusing Canada’s immigration system?
Nobody in their right minds would believe this clearly corrupt candidate!
The comments attributed in my name in the middle of the 1990s on usenet and now archived on google groups (which is referenced & linked to above by an anonymous commenter) are not my comments, nor are their contents even remotely similar to anything I would state.
They were posted by a someone from my high school days who during their time at Ryerson decided to use my name instead of their own to place such comments.
ALL comments on usenet groups in the 1990s in my name were placed by someone else.
That person has since apologized to myself for his 90s version of identity theft and google being google, neither of us are able to remove those archived comments.