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was an avid user of adam4adam.com, a popular gay chat and hook-up Web site.Instincts told us that the victim may have met his killer online and invited him into his Little Italy apartment, where he ultimately met his fate.A number of men in New York City used the site to lure a Brooklyn man to a remote area where he was robbed and murdered.The men were found when one user was identified via his screenname.In many cases it’s either a jilted ex-lover, a roommate or friend who is upset about something who knows that the service member has the online ad or profile and they then print out that profile and give it to the command.New York Daily News also reported that the Adam4Adam dating profile of artist Ross Bleckner was printed in the Coagula Art Journal.The counselors also discourage the party and play phenomenon. Posts are organized into several categories, ranging from sex to lifestyle to news.In October 2006, New York City-area media including the New York Times and WCBS-TV reported that Adam4Adam was the focus of a conspiracy to find gay men online to rob.

In discussing the case of a perpetrator of multiple robberies in that region, a Washington, D. police officer from that police force's Gay & Lesbian Liaison Unit said "We've definitely seen an increase in online dating crimes in the past five years" and added that victims of internet dating crimes are "overwhelmingly men cruising for sex." The same police officer also noted that these criminals are often technologically savvy and create profiles using fake information and other people's photos from cyber cafés or public libraries, making them difficult to trace.This is also true of Adam4Adam membership in the United Kingdom.Unlike Manhunt and some other sites, Adam4Adam does not prohibit escort ads, however such ads are placed in a category separated from the mainstream personal ads.Adam4Adam has also been used to "out" people who have otherwise kept their sexual orientation somewhat secret.The Servicemembers Legal Defense Network warned United States military personnel in 2004 that online profiles on Adam4Adam and similar sites were a violation of the “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy, and that in some cases online profiles were being used as evidence in outing service members to military command.For example, the Washington Blade featured an article about the evolution of online dating in which it was reported that: an increasing number of gay and lesbian youth have taken their first steps into the “gay community” by passing through an online chat room door.

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