I was reading this hub and was flipping through the comments...someone posted a comment about 4 hours ago that he is going to commit suicide. This is so sad, can hubpages maybe track down an IP for this guy ASAP and try to contact his ISP? He sounds serious.
"Alexander 4 hours ago
The only solution I can find to all this is to commit suicide. Tonight I am going to Walgreens and buying some sleeping pills, then I will go back hame and take them all. I can't live with this anymore, I swear to god I am done."
http://hubpages.com/hub/jobs-for-people … al-anxiety
Anyone who is in possession of the IP address can do a reverse IP lookup on the Internet, which should tell who the host is and the approximate location. It is then possible to contact the Internet provider and share one's concerns with them.
That would be great if the IP was posted. Since I'm not a Hubpages admin, I can't see those types of things.
Just wanted to let you know that I've contacted the appropriate authorities about this. Thanks for letting us know.
by doodleplum 8 years ago
Unfortunately there is no way to substantiate your claims so I doubt anything will be done. For all anyone here, including the moderators know, everything she posted is true. Unless the attacks are personal I don't think you'll be successful in getting her removed and that is ho it should be.
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