For a sweepstakes that includes a prize that may be used only on the same day as the sweepstakes announcement, the sweepstakes will end when the minimum number of entries required to select a winner has been received, or two (2) hours after the sweepstakes announcement, whichever comes sooner. Unless the sweepstakes is governed by a separate set of official rules, each sweepstakes begins the moment it is announced on KTLA-TV for the first time, and ends at one of the two times indicated below: A) For a sweepstakes in which the winner is determined by the ordinal rank of entries (“Ordinal Rank Giveaway”), the sweepstakes will end when the minimum number of entries required to select a winner has been received, or twelve (12) hours after the end of the news broadcast that featured the announcement of the sweepstakes, whichever comes sooner.There's reason to question whether the content is actually user-submitted, or whether the purveyors put it in themselves, when a brand-new site appears already populated with content.''Moreover, Section 230 is not a defense to criminal charges.Extortion is a crime in many states, and a federal crime to the extent it uses interstate communication.Text-Message entries may be subject to fees under the terms of the entrant’s cell-phone/text messaging subscription plan (contact your carrier for pricing plans and details).
You must provide all information requested on the entry form, including name and telephone number.Seizing on a moral argument for the site's creation the homepage claims: 'All our offenders have been reported by local community members who feel these offenders should be taught a lesson before their actions escalate.' Tarnished: User information is not fact-checked by the site who says it is protected from libel under Section 230 of the law, so anyone could find themselves listed and would have to pay 0 to have their profile removed Jezebel noted in concern: 'It treats sex workers as if they were sex offenders - the site literally calls them "offenders." And New York Magazine called it the 'Worst Website Ever' on its Intelligencer page.