STD testing and IP address/background check with log in information being used to prevent HIV positive hook up ads.

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    Aug 01, 2012 12:40 AM GMT
    Extra possible thread subject. ^^ especially with an ID or drivers license number.
  • Kipstrdl

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    Aug 01, 2012 2:08 AM GMT
    It sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.
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    Aug 01, 2012 2:16 AM GMT
    I would really like to Godwin this thread...
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    Aug 01, 2012 2:19 AM GMT
    for Christ's sake just stop having hookup bb sex

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    Aug 01, 2012 2:24 AM GMT
    Would that be something for everyone on a hook up site, or do only those who pay for a premium membership not have to see advertisements or hiv?
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    Aug 01, 2012 2:46 AM GMT
    metatextual saidI would really like to Godwin this thread...


    HITLER.
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    Aug 01, 2012 2:47 AM GMT
    Fasterpace saidfor Christ's sake just stop having hookup bb sex



    Imma +1 this.
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    Aug 01, 2012 2:48 AM GMT
    LIEV said
    metatextual saidI would really like to Godwin this thread...


    HITLER.


    springtime
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    Aug 01, 2012 3:04 AM GMT
    Fasterpace saidfor Christ's sake just stop having hookup bb sex



    convicts are stripped of their voting rights so it make sense stripping them of their public influence is also a possibility.
  • Kipstrdl

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    Aug 01, 2012 3:05 AM GMT
    Iceblink saidWould that be something for everyone on a hook up site, or do only those who pay for a premium membership not have to see advertisements or hiv?


    Ooh. Was the OP talking about using a negative HIV test result as a way to "opt out" of having to view those advertisements aimed at HIV positive people?...interesting.

    If that's the case, you would have to periodically re-verify your negative status in order to keep the ads away (incidental pun) to address the possibility of catching the bug after a negative test. Kinda ridiculous, but a good way of saying "Hey, get STD tested regularly or we'll keep reminding you that AIDS is real and it's out there."


    litawake, please clarify what you are talking about.
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    Aug 01, 2012 3:07 AM GMT
    Kipstrdl saidIt sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.


    pretty much. I'm sure there are personals websites specifically for the infected to mingle amongst themselves.
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    Aug 01, 2012 3:07 AM GMT
    sounds like something Hitler would devise..im just saying......
  • jim_sf

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    Aug 01, 2012 4:58 AM GMT
    Kipstrdl saidIt sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.


    Nope, not possible, technically or operationally or legally, and it wouldn't be effective anyway unless you were to implement compulsory testing (and somehow invented a way to eliminate the "window period" for testing). Besides, the guys who admit their status are less of an issue than the guys who don't - or, worse yet, the selfish cowards who lie.
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    Aug 01, 2012 5:10 AM GMT
    Sigh. People who've never heard of internet proxies or dynamic IP assignment.

    Agree with JimSTL We can't rely solely on the HIV tests either.
  • jim_sf

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    Aug 01, 2012 5:12 AM GMT
    RobertF64 saidSigh. People who've never heard of internet proxies or dynamic IP assignment.

    Just won't trust it.


    Tor FTW.
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    Aug 01, 2012 6:25 AM GMT
    MuchoMasQueMusculo saidYou're all being trolled.

    If I made one person google "internet proxie", it was worth it.
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    Aug 01, 2012 2:44 PM GMT
    RobertF64 said
    MuchoMasQueMusculo saidYou're all being trolled.

    If I made one person google "internet proxie", it was worth it.


    Or "proxy", even. icon_razz.gif

    I agree that it's a troll, but you'll note the complete lack of outrage in comments. Thus, TROLL FAIL.
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    Aug 01, 2012 4:23 PM GMT
    jim_stl said
    RobertF64 said
    MuchoMasQueMusculo saidYou're all being trolled.

    If I made one person google "internet proxie", it was worth it.


    Or "proxy", even. icon_razz.gif
    Oh god. Did I do that?

    took Adderall to get through something I'm not good at: writing software after 5pm. Still awake at 2AM. I aspire not to repeat that anytime soon.
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    Aug 01, 2012 4:24 PM GMT
    BAMBINO_REX saidagain, i say selective prosecution

    addiction is a disease

    a social disease in a sense

    should we also list everyone who has ever consumed any addictive substance?

    like...um...caffeine.....

    "oh, but that's different"

    not really....not really at all....icon_wink.gif



    Why is caffeine on the list?

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=caffeine-may-protect-agai
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    jim_stl said
    Kipstrdl saidIt sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.


    Nope, not possible, technically or operationally or legally, and it wouldn't be effective anyway unless you were to implement compulsory testing (and somehow invented a way to eliminate the "window period" for testing). Besides, the guys who admit their status are less of an issue than the guys who don't - or, worse yet, the selfish cowards who lie.


    billions of people pray for mercy, that makes it legally possible, and where there is a will there is a way. as for the window period I've already reccommended jail sentence for avoiding a registered STD test routinely within a set amount of time.
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    Aug 01, 2012 6:16 PM GMT
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    Kipstrdl saidIt sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.


    Nope, not possible, technically or operationally or legally, and it wouldn't be effective anyway unless you were to implement compulsory testing (and somehow invented a way to eliminate the "window period" for testing). Besides, the guys who admit their status are less of an issue than the guys who don't - or, worse yet, the selfish cowards who lie.


    billions of people pray for mercy, that makes it legally possible, and where there is a will there is a way. as for the window period I've already reccommended jail sentence for avoiding a registered STD test routinely within a set amount of time.


    You really have no idea what the fuck you are saying, do you?
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    jim_stl said
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    Kipstrdl saidIt sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.


    Nope, not possible, technically or operationally or legally, and it wouldn't be effective anyway unless you were to implement compulsory testing (and somehow invented a way to eliminate the "window period" for testing). Besides, the guys who admit their status are less of an issue than the guys who don't - or, worse yet, the selfish cowards who lie.


    billions of people pray for mercy, that makes it legally possible, and where there is a will there is a way. as for the window period I've already reccommended jail sentence for avoiding a registered STD test routinely within a set amount of time.


    You really have no idea what the fuck you are saying, do you?

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_transmission_of_HIV

    perhaps that I'm innocent or that "I'm not a crook".
  • jim_sf

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    Aug 01, 2012 7:02 PM GMT
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    Kipstrdl saidIt sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.


    Nope, not possible, technically or operationally or legally, and it wouldn't be effective anyway unless you were to implement compulsory testing (and somehow invented a way to eliminate the "window period" for testing). Besides, the guys who admit their status are less of an issue than the guys who don't - or, worse yet, the selfish cowards who lie.


    billions of people pray for mercy, that makes it legally possible, and where there is a will there is a way. as for the window period I've already reccommended jail sentence for avoiding a registered STD test routinely within a set amount of time.


    You really have no idea what the fuck you are saying, do you?

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_transmission_of_HIV

    perhaps that I'm innocent or that "I'm not a crook".


    Or that you are completely ignorant of how HIV testing actually works, or how the Internet actually works, or how public health actually works, or how the law actually works in any existing country on Earth. How are you still alive?
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    jim_stl said
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    Kipstrdl saidIt sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.


    Nope, not possible, technically or operationally or legally, and it wouldn't be effective anyway unless you were to implement compulsory testing (and somehow invented a way to eliminate the "window period" for testing). Besides, the guys who admit their status are less of an issue than the guys who don't - or, worse yet, the selfish cowards who lie.


    billions of people pray for mercy, that makes it legally possible, and where there is a will there is a way. as for the window period I've already reccommended jail sentence for avoiding a registered STD test routinely within a set amount of time.


    You really have no idea what the fuck you are saying, do you?

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_transmission_of_HIV

    perhaps that I'm innocent or that "I'm not a crook".


    Or that you are completely ignorant of how HIV testing actually works, or how the Internet actually works, or how public health actually works, or how the law actually works in any existing country on Earth. How are you still alive?


    I'm not talking about restricting their access to the internets dating sites all together, just giving pos peeps a designated website.
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    Aug 01, 2012 10:25 PM GMT
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    LitAwake said
    jim_stl said
    Kipstrdl saidIt sounds like you're talking about putting all HIV positive individuals in a database and making sure they don't post hookup ads (without making their status known I'm assuming).

    Possible, but how practical? And the legality of doing such would be another issue.

    People are notified and counseled when they test HIV positive. There is an expectation that HIV positive individuals will be responsible with their sexual activity. This obviously might not always be the case, so we all need to be very vigilant, know our status, and protect ourselves.


    Nope, not possible, technically or operationally or legally, and it wouldn't be effective anyway unless you were to implement compulsory testing (and somehow invented a way to eliminate the "window period" for testing). Besides, the guys who admit their status are less of an issue than the guys who don't - or, worse yet, the selfish cowards who lie.


    billions of people pray for mercy, that makes it legally possible, and where there is a will there is a way. as for the window period I've already reccommended jail sentence for avoiding a registered STD test routinely within a set amount of time.


    You really have no idea what the fuck you are saying, do you?

    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Criminal_transmission_of_HIV

    perhaps that I'm innocent or that "I'm not a crook".


    Or that you are completely ignorant of how HIV testing actually works, or how the Internet actually works, or how public health actually works, or how the law actually works in any existing country on Earth. How are you still alive?


    I'm not talking about restricting their access to the internets dating sites all together, just giving pos peeps a designated website.


    That isn't what your thread subject says, at all. Care to double back further?