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Aaron Greenspan a/k/a Aaron Jacob Greenspan a/k/a Aaron J Greenspan, plainsite.orgdata mining the public's personal and sensitive information to harass and stalk people

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Aaron Greenspan has lost every single court case. The public just needs to go to Pacer and open an account. The first $15 are free. Then look up Aaron Greenspan, Aaron Jacob Greenspan, Think Computer Corporation and Think Computer Foundation. Aaron Greenspan claims he invented Think Computer Corporation but it was invented by his father Neil S Greenspan who is the VP and Treasurer for this and the plainsite.org site that they have placed under their 501(c)(3) Think Computer Foundation.

Aaron Greenspan has had every single one of his frivolous court actions Dismissed.

Aaron Greenspan a/k/a Aaron Jacob Greenspan a/k/a Aaron J Greenspan, plainsite.org

  • Updated by Chevrolet I like · Mar 27, 2019

    Go to Pacer the Federal Database and check out all the frivolous court actions from Aaron Greenspan where he has even sued the United States Courts, State of California, Random House, Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures and just too many people and companies to list here.

    Every single one of this guy's frivolous and crazy court actions have been Dismissed!

    Nobody needs plainsite.org that is solely controlled by Aaron Greenspan. Just go to the Federal database Pacer and anyone can open an account. It's that easy. You will have peace of mind only using Pacer and not plainsite.org because you can be assured that your IP address and personal information will not be datelined and then used against you at a later date.

    Only used the Federal Government database Pacer to look up a court docket. Nobody needs to use plainsite.org. Its way to overpriced and the public runs the risk of having their personal information exposed by this creep.

    data mining the public's personal and sensitive information to harass and stalk people
    data mining the public's personal and sensitive information to harass and stalk people

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  • What the hell! Aaron Greenspan has a total lack of respect for the law.

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      Oct 14, 2019

    Aaron Greenspan is the number one Cyberstalker online today. Nobody should believe any of his lies and most definitely should not hand over this greedy ahole any money, as he just uses the good natured public to get money and use this money to pay for his bills and use it to file litigious lawsuits.

    Remember that people who are insane think they are normal and that applies to Aaron Greenspan. Now Aaron Greenspan does realize that he is insane but makes every attempt to hide his insanity from the public and people need to completely stay away from this individual and do not answer his emails, follow him on social media and stay away from his many for profit websites, including plainsite.org. This person is running a fraudulent 501(c)(3) and should have all of his assets impounded and sent to jail. His parents are directly involved and they enable this b****rd to screw people over, so they get that money. His father Neil S Greenspan and Judith Keene Greenspan are the creators, co-owners and have put their insane son Aaron Greenspan as the face of this huge 501(c)(c) scam. Essentially they are criminals hiding behind their credentials and other nonsense.

    Aaron Greenspan is guilty of all of the following types of Cyberstalking and Harassment methods:

    Cyberbullying

    Definition: An umbrella term (like “online harassment”) meant to encompass a number of harassing online behaviors. Like physical bullying, “cyberbulling” is generally aimed at young people and may involve threats, embarrassment, or humiliation in an online setting. As Cyberbullying.org states, cyberbullying isn’t just a kid problem; it affects young adults on college campuses as well.

    Example: In a tragic and now infamous episode of cyberbullying, a twelve-year-old girl took her own life in New Jersey.

    What to do: Visit Cyberbullying.org for the best resources and information related to cyberbullying.

    Cyber-Mob Attacks

    Definition: A cyber-mob attack occurs when a large group gathers online to try to collectively shame, harass, threaten, or discredit a target. According to online harassment legal expert Danielle Keats Citron, targets overwhelmingly belong to traditionally marginalized groups.

    “Outrage mobs” or “shaming mobs” are a distinct kind of cyber mob made up of internet users who collectively troll individuals in the hopes of silencing or publicly punishing them. Targets of outrage mobs are often attacked for expressing opinions on politically charged topics or ideas the outrage mob disagrees with and/or has taken out of context in order to promote a particular agenda. Outrage mobbing can sometimes have severe consequences offline and has even resulted in targets losing their jobs.

    Example: Ricochet editor and politically-conservative columnist Bethany Mandel experienced a surge of anti-Semitic trolling from self-identified white nationalists via Facebook and Twitter after publicly declaring her opposition to Donald Trump.

    What to do: Since cyber-mob attacks are launched from so many accounts, trying to report them all can turn into an exhausting game of whack-a-mole. If reporting the abuse isn’t getting you anywhere, consider asking a member of your support community to monitor and report the abuse on your behalf while you take a break. Other options include: launching a counterspeech campaign to reestablish a narrative or reclaim a hashtag associated with your username; making a statement on social media alerting your social network to the negative activity and/or announcing that you’re withdrawing from online activity for a period of time; and, as a last resort, temporarily shutting down your social media accounts until the worst of the harassment has passed.

    Cyberstalking

    Definition: In a legal context, “cyberstalking” is the prolonged use (a “course of conduct”) of online harassment intended “to kill, injure, harass, intimidate, or place under surveillance with intent to kill, injure, harass, or intimidate” a target. (See: 18 U.S. Code § 2261A). Cyberstalking can comprise a number of harassing behaviors committed repeatedly or with regularity that usually cause a target to suffer fear, anxiety, humiliation, and extreme emotional distress.

    Example: Over a 15-year period, a freelance journalist at ‎Scientific American was the target of cyberstalking from a man who would go on to steal her identity and threaten her career. Read her story at Wired.

    What to do: Cyberstalking is a federal offense, and many states have cyberstalking laws on the books. If you’re comfortable contacting law enforcement or seeking the advice of a lawyer, you might wish to take legal action against a cyberstalker. Other strategies include blocking your stalker on social media, documenting every harassing incident that occurs in relation to the cyberstalking, making sure your online accounts are protected if you anticipate identity fraud, and enlisting your support community.

    Denial of Service (DoS) Attacks

    Definition: A “Denial of Service” (DoS) attack is a cyberattack that temporarily or indefinitely disrupts internet service by overwhelming a system with data, resulting in the web server crashing or becoming inoperable. According to the U.S. government’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT), by targeting your computer and its network connection, or the computers and network of the sites you are trying to use, an attacker may be able to prevent you from accessing email, websites, online accounts (banking, etc.), or other services that rely on the affected computer.

    In a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS), an attacker takes control of one user’s computer in order to attack a different user’s computer. This can force the hijacked computer to send large amounts of data to a particular website or send spam to targeted email addresses. According to CERT, the attack is ‘distributed’ because the attacker is using multiple computers, including the user’s, to launch the denial-of-service attack.

    The impact on your life? DoS attacks can prevent you from accessing your own devices and data, and they can compromise sensitive information stored on your devices.

    Example: In 2016, the BBC suffered a targeted DDoS attack in its U.S. offices, which also caused limited access to Reddit, Twitter, Etsy, GitHub, SoundCloud, and Spotify.

    What to do: Because DoS attacks target email addresses, websites, and online accounts, it’s essential that you contact the necessary providers to report the abuse. Since this form of online harassment is rare and extreme, and more likely to affect business owners or individuals with a major web presence, it sits outside the purview of this Field Manual. We recommend checking out this DDoS Incident Response Cheat Sheet for more information.

    Doxing

    Definition: “Doxing” (also spelled ‘doxxing’) is short for “dropping docs” and was a revenge tactic among ’90s computer hackers, according to HTML.com. Today, doxing involves publishing someone’s sensitive personal information online in an attempt to harass, intimidate, extort, stalk, or steal the identity of a target. “Sensitive information” can include social security numbers, phone numbers, home addresses, personal photos, employment information, email addresses, and family members’ personal information.

    Example: After reporting on the police officer involved in the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, two reporters for The New York Times were forced to flee their homes when their personal addresses were posted online in retaliation for their coverage.

    What to do: Check out the Protecting Information from Doxing section of this Field Manual for tips on preparing for and preventing doxing. If you’ve already been subjected to doxing, immediately report the dox to the platform on which it appears, and do your best to assess the threat level to your safety. If you believe that the doxed information could fall into the hands of someone intent on harming you, please consider involving your local law enforcement immediately.

    Hacking

    Definition: The unauthorized intrusion into a device or network, hacking is often carried out with the intention to attack, harm, or incriminate another individual by stealing their data, violating their privacy, or infecting their devices with viruses. When hacking is used to perform illegal activities or intimidate a target, it is a cybercrime.

    Example: Fancy Bear, a Russian hacking unit, has targeted hundreds of journalists, including independent Russian reporters, at least 50 New York Times journalists, and several reporters at The Daily Beast, among other journalists who report on intelligence, national security, and Russian troll farms.

    What to do: Practicing rigorous cyber security is the first step you can take toward preventing hacking. Check out the Preparation section of this Field Manual to learn about the many steps you can take to protect your passwords, devices, online identity, and more.

    Hateful speech and online threats

    Definition: By far the most common form of online harassment, hateful speech or threats, both explicit and implicit, can be issued by an ill-intentioned internet user pretty much anywhere on the web.

    Hateful speech: Hateful speech is a form of expression attacking a specific aspect of a person’s identity, such as one’s race, ethnicity, gender identity, religion, sexual orientation, or disability. Hateful speech online often takes the form of ad hominem attacks, which invoke prejudicial feelings over intellectual arguments in order to avoid discussion of the topic at hand by attacking a person’s character or attributes.

    Threats: Threats issued online can be just as frightening as they are offline, and are frequently meant to be physically or sexually intimidating.

    Example: Writer Jessica Valenti has been the target of rampant misogyny, toxic (and irrelevant) character attacks, and rape and death threats throughout her 14-year career as an online writer. In 2016, she temporarily quit social media after online rape and death threats were directed at her 5-year-old daughter.

    What to do: Depending on the level of threat and intimidation couched in these attacks, you may wish to block or mute a user, engage in counterspeech, or, in some cases, even consider directly confronting your troll. If you don’t feel safe responding to or blocking a user, turn to your support community and make sure you’re practicing self-care. If you’ve been named in a threat of violence or sexual intimidation and are afraid for your safety, please consider contacting law enforcement.

    Message Bombing (via email, text, SMS)

    Definition: “Message bombing” is the intentional flooding of a person’s or institution’s phone or email accounts with messages meant to limit or block a user’s access to a device’s operating system or platform. Because large numbers of messages sent in a short period of time can typically render a person’s account unusable, this is an effective way for a harasser to prevent you from using your devices or accessing your online accounts. Message bombing typically occurs over texting apps, chat apps, or email accounts.

    Example: In 2017, a flood of emails sent by bot accounts shut down the servers at ProPublica in a retaliatory attack against ProPublica journalists who had written a controversial article about the relationship between tech companies and extremist websites. The attack prevented the company’s employees from accessing important emails and interfered enormously with the news outlet’s day-to-day operations. One of the journalists was also targeted by tweet bombing—an attack in which a harasser tries to get a target kicked off of Twitter by flooding their “follower” pool with bot accounts.

    What to do: Immediately report the incident to the social media platform, phone provider, internet company, or email provider where the harassment is taking place. If necessary, create a new and/or temporary email address or username to inform your colleagues, family, and friends that you have been message bombed and no longer have access to your usual accounts. You can find more in-depth information on dealing with online harassment via direct messages here and on talking to friends and family about online abuse here.

    Nonconsensual, intimate images and videos (such as “revenge porn”)

    Definition: Nonconsensual pornography—or revenge porn, as it’s commonly called—is “the distribution of private, sexually-explicit images or videos of individuals without their consent, ” according to the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative. Revenge porn can also fall under the category of “sextortion, ” i.e. “the threat of distributing a nude or sexually-explicit image or video in an effort to blackmail an individual.”

    Example: Countless women and high-profile celebrities have been the targets of nonconsensual pornography. Leading revenge-porn expert Carrie Goldberg, a Cyber Civil Rights Initiative board member and lawyer who has dedicated her career to taking on cases around sexual privacy and internet abuse, was herself a former victim of “sextortion” by an ex-boyfriend.

    What to do: Undergoing an attack of nonconsensual pornography can be extremely traumatic and may require legal intervention. (There are currently 41 states with nonconsensual pornography laws on the books—check to see if yours is one of them.) If an explicit image has been posted to a social media platform or chat forum, flag it for removal and, if possible, contact the platform’s administrators. Be sure to lean on your support community for help during this time as well.

    Online Impersonation (or, Impersonation Trolling)

    Definition: “Online impersonation” is a strategy whereby harassers create hoax social media accounts, usually in order to post offensive or inflammatory statements in your name. In most cases, the harasser’s intention is to defame or discredit you, often by convincing others to believe the fake quotes attributed to you, which might then incite others to commit additional acts of harassment. Impersonation trolling can also happen when a harasser impersonates someone you know in order to offend or hurt you.

    Example: Writer Lindy West was subject to a particularly cruel episode of impersonation trolling when an online troll posed as her deceased father. Her story has an unusual ending, however: her troll ended up apologizing.

    What to do: Immediately report the impersonation to the platform on which it appears. You may want to consider making a statement on your real social media accounts alerting your online communities to the imposter. (If the harassment is taking place on Twitter, you can “pin” the tweet to the top of your profile for a period of time, so it’s visible whenever someone visits your real Twitter profile.) In some cases, it may be appropriate to inform your employer or your loved ones of the abuse, especially in cases in which they’re implicated in the impersonator’s comments.

    Online Sexual Harassment

    Definition: Online sexual harassment — which is targeted at women at a far higher rate than men — encompasses a wide range of sexual misconduct on digital platforms and includes some of the more specific forms of online harassment included in this Field Manual (see “revenge porn” and “cyberstalking”). It often manifests [censored]eful speech or online threats. The Project deSHAME report on young people’s experiences with this type of abuse outlines four distinct types of online sexual harassment:

    Non-consensual sharing of intimate images and videos: As described above, this type of abuse — often referred to as “revenge porn” — is defined as the public distribution of sexually explicit images without the consent of the victim.

    Exploitation, coercion, and threats: These forms of abuse are defined in the Project deSHAME report as “a person receiving sexual threats, being coerced to participate in sexual behaviour online, or blackmailed with sexual content.”

    Sexualized bullying: When someone is excluded from a group, often systematically, through the use of humiliating or discriminatory sexual content.

    Unwanted sexualization: When a person receives “unwelcome sexual requests, comments and content, ” according to Project deSHAME.

    A Pew Research Center survey found that while 21% of women ages 18 to 29 say they have been the victim of sexual harassment in an online context, only 9% of men in that same age group report experiencing this type of abuse. Such statistics illuminate the gendered nature of sexual harassment and the fact that women are at the greatest risk of becoming victims of sexual harassment, whether in an online or offline setting. Still, it is important for everyone to be familiar with strategies for responding to online sexual harassment.

    Example: When author, attorney, and feminist blogger Jill Filipovic was a student at NYU School of Law, she discovered hundreds of threads on an anonymous message board that were filled with rape threats — many of them graphic — directed at her. These series of threats included calls for “a brutal raping” and references to Filipovic as a “guttertrash whore.” The online threats transitioned into offline contexts when harassers began appearing at Filipovic’s law school and later on at her law firm. Filipovic writes that her confidence and safety were compromised as a result of the online sexual harassment she faced.

    What to do: As a first step, be sure to report the harassment to the platform on which it was received (and refer to this Field Manual’s Reporting Online Harassment to Platforms section when doing so). Also make an effort to document the abuse.

    Online sexual harassment can be extremely traumatic for a target, and may even require legal intervention. (There are currently 41 states with nonconsensual pornography laws on the books—check to see if yours is one of them.) If you do wish to seek help from law enforcement or a lawyer, please visit the Legal Considerations section of this Field Manual.

    If you are a target of online sexual harassment, it is extremely important to keep in mind that you are not alone. Reaching out to others for support can go a long way in taking care of your mental health. Take a look at the Guidelines for Talking to Friends and Loved Ones section of this Field Manual for more tips on how to discuss sensitive topics, including online sexual harassment, with those around you.

    Trolling

    Definition: “Trolling” is one of those terms that’s evolved so much over time as to have no single agreed-upon meaning. Internet users use the word to denote everything from serious acts of online hate speech to the playful distribution of memes and comments on a friend’s social media page.

    For the purposes of this Field Manual, and to encapsulate the kind of trolling referred to most often by writers and journalists targeted by online harassment, “trolling” is defined here as the repetitive posting of inflammatory or hateful comments online by an individual whose intent is to seek attention, intentionally harm a target, cause trouble and/or controversy, and/or join up with a group of trollers who have already commenced a trolling campaign. There are two subcategories of trolling to be aware of, according to Anita Sarkeesian’s Guide to Internetting While Female:

    Concern trolling: When harassers pose as fans or supporters of your work with the intention of making harmful or demeaning comments masked as constructive feedback. (According to Sarkeesian, “when targeting women, this is most often done through ‘helpful’ suggestions on how to improve one’s appearance. . . . The concern troll’s disingenuous comments are actually designed to undercut or demean you.”)

    Dogpiling: When a group of trolls works together to overwhelm a target through a barrage of disingenuous questions, threats, slurs, insults, and other tactics meant to shame, silence, discredit, or drive a target offline.

    A third category of online trolling that applies to writers and journalists includes:

    Bot trolling/sockpuppet trolling: Bot accounts come in two flavors: automated accounts, which are controlled by a code or an app in order to impart a particular agenda, and individual accounts, which are set up by a single user with the intention of mimicking real users (known as “sockpuppet” accounts). Bot accounts are used for a variety of reasons, from promoting propaganda to amplifying hate or defamation against targeted individuals. DFRLab describes the basic criteria for bots as “activity, amplification, and anonymity.” Signs you may be the target of bot trolling:

    • The same accounts are tweeting at you 24/7
    • The accounts use stolen or patriotic images as their profile picture
    • There are long gaps in said accounts’ activity
    • A disproportionate number of accounts that are simultaneously targeting you share the same content, language, and/or graphics in their messages
    While bot trolling can be just as exhausting and emotionally taxing as other forms of trolling, some targets of bot trolling are relieved to learn that this kind of attack isn’t personal, and that they’re not at risk of harm.

    Example: Trolling is one of the most ubiquitous forms of online harassment, meaning an enormous number of writers, journalists, and creators have been exposed to it. In 2016, comedian Leslie Jones was the target of a widespread trolling campaign built on racist, misogynist messaging, which culminated in her being subjected to revenge porn, doxing, and hacking. (The incident also resulted in notorious troll Milo Yiannopoulos being kicked off Twitter for his targeted, publicly racist abuse—thanks in part to a #LoveforLeslieJ Twitter campaign launched by her supporters.)

    What to do: For a long time, the party line has been “don’t feed the trolls”—a valuable piece of advice when you’re dealing with someone who may be unstable and/or prone to escalate the trolling. But this can be an inherently dissatisfying tactic. While fruitful conversations with trolls are still few and far between, there have been some successful examples of targets confronting their trolls, while others have found respite in reclaiming their own online narrative and openly condemning a troll’s behavior. Only you can judge whether or not it’s worth engaging a troll. Check out this Field Manual’s Guidelines for Safely Confronting Your Online Harasser for more information.

    Other steps you can take to address online trolling include reporting the abuse, blocking or muting the abuser, documenting all instances of trolling from repeat offenders, or asking your support community to monitor your online accounts while you take a break.

    Swatting

    Definition: Swatting doesn’t take place online, but it is often the direct result of online harassment and doxing. It is also one of the most frightening examples of how online harassment can cross dangerously into one’s offline life. Swatting occurs when a hoax call is placed to law enforcement detailing a completely false but plausibly threatening event that the caller claims is taking place in a target’s home or business. SWAT teams are meant to respond to the call accordingly, showing up to a target’s home fully armed and putting the target and the target’s family in grave danger. This is one of the rarer but more serious consequences of online harassment and is a popular tactic among online harassers in the gaming community.

    Example: In 2013, an online security journalist was swatted at his home in Virginia, where 10 to 12 police officers surrounded his driveway with their guns drawn.

    What to do: Swatting is illegal. It is often the result of a doxing incident, in which a person’s home or business address has been posted online with the intention that it will be seen by other online harassers. You can take measures to prevent doxing by checking out this Field Manual’s Protecting Information from Doxing. You may also want to consider purchasing a Virtual Private Network (VPN) to shield your IP address, which contains geolocating information. If you’ve been the target of swatting, you may want to take legal action and file a report with law enforcement. If you believe you could be the target of swatting in the future, consider informing your local police department to prepare them for this possibility.

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    Have no doubt about it, Aaron Greenspan belongs locked up on Psych Ward but unfortunately since the Reagan era lots of money has been cut off from operating Psychiatric Hospitals. One should not let themselves be fooled by Aaroon Greenspan is he is mentally off the wall.

    +8 Votes
  • Aaron Greenspan from Shaker Heights, Ohio and currently lives in San Francisco who savagely is committing lots of criminal harassments towards Tesla Followers on Social Media suffers from a serious mental illness called Schizophreniform for which there is no cure.

    What Is Schizophreniform Disorder?

    Schizophreniform disorder is a type of psychotic illness with symptoms similar to those of schizophrenia, but lasting for less than 6 months.

    Like schizophrenia, schizophreniform disorder is a type of "psychosis" in which a person cannot tell what is real from what is imagined. It also affects how people think, act, express emotions, and relate to others.

    Aaron Greenspan has all the traits of a person with this serious mental illness. He has Delusions that he invested Facebook when he did not invent Facebook. He writes his own Delusional stories online to make gullible people believe his Delusions of self importance.

    Even after Aaron Greenspan gets the facts about something he still refuses to stop with the harassment and because of his Delusional mind and the other Serial Harassers who are committing criminal harassment by assisting this mentally ill person, this is only helping to continue this criminal harassment towards law abiding citizens.

    If anyone knows who is asssting Aaron Greenspan with all of his online Harassment and Stalking please let the public know so we can gather this information for our Defamation Lawsuit that will include anyone associated with Think Computer Foundation/Corporation and of course the main stalking website on the web plainsite.org and others that this malicious person owns.

    If anyone knows of more websites they own like Thinklink or Hifive just let us know. We will be suing them for all of these crimes.

    If symptoms last longer than 6 months, doctors consider the person to have schizophrenia rather than schizophreniform disorder.

    Symptoms

    Like schizophrenia, symptoms may include:

    Delusions (false beliefs that the person refuses to give up, even after they get the facts)
    Hallucinations (seeing, hearing, or feeling things that aren’t real)
    Disorganized speech, such as not making sense, using nonsense words, and skipping from one topic to another
    Odd or strange behavior, such as pacing, walking in circles, or writing constantly
    Lack of energy
    Poor hygiene and grooming habits
    Loss of interest or pleasure in life
    Withdrawal from family, friends, and social activities
    Causes

    Doctors don’t know what causes schizophreniform disorder. A mix of factors may be involved, including:

    Genetics: A tendency to develop schizophrenia and schizophreniform disorder may pass from parents to their children.
    Brain structure and function: People with schizophrenia and schizophreniform disorder may have a disturbance in brain circuits that manage thinking and perception.
    Environment: Poor relationships or very stressful events may trigger schizophreniform disorder in people who have inherited a tendency to develop the illness.
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    How Common Is It?

    About one person in 1, 000 develops schizophreniform disorder during his or her lifetime. The disorder happens equally in men and women, although it often strikes men at a younger age, between ages 18 and 24. In women, it most often happens between ages 24 and 35.

    Diagnosis

    If someone has symptoms, a doctor may use various tests -- such as brain imaging (like MRI scans) or blood tests -- to rule out a nonpsychiatric medical problem.

    If the doctor finds no physical reason for the symptoms, he or she may refer the person to a psychiatrist or psychologist, mental health professionals who are trained to diagnose and treat mental illnesses. They use specially designed interview and assessment tools to see if someone has a psychotic disorder. For a diagnosis of schizophreniform disorder, the symptoms can only have lasted for less than 6 months.

    Treatment

    Medication and psychotherapy (a type of counseling) are both used. People with severe symptoms or who are at risk of hurting themselves or others may need to be hospitalized to get their condition under control.

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    Medication: Antipsychotic drugs are the main medications that doctors use to treat the psychotic symptoms of schizophreniform disorder, such as delusions, hallucinations, and disordered thinking.

    Psychotherapy: The goal is to help the person recognize and learn about the illness and its treatment, set goals, and manage everyday problems related to the condition. It can also help the person handle the feelings of distress linked to the symptoms. Family therapy can help families deal more effectively with a loved one who has schizophreniform disorder.

    What to Expect

    People with schizophreniform disorder recover within 6 months. If the symptoms don’t improve, the person likely has schizophrenia, which is a lifelong illness. According to the American Psychiatric Association, about two-thirds of people with schizophreniform disorder go on to develop schizophrenia.

    Can Schizophreniform Disorder Be Prevented?

    There is no way to prevent schizophreniform disorder. But early diagnosis and treatment are very important, because they can help to limit damage to the person’s life, family, and other relationships.

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  • A
      Nov 01, 2019

    Aaron Greenspan feels that he has been severely traumatized because the facebook crew at Harvard shunned this loner and stalker. And for good reason! Today Aaron Greenspan writes his own fake narratives online to give himself importance and try and get gullible people to believe his delusional lies about some settlement with facebook, when in fact there was no financial settlement with facebook at all. Aaron Greenspan was told by Attorney's for facebook to take a hike and never look back or face serious civil lawsuits for defamation and monetary damages.

    Aaron Greenspan talks in the third person online and on his Twitter accounts @PlainSite and @AaronGreenspan because he suffers from the following mental illness:

    Dissociative identity Disorder (DID) or better known as Multiple Persoonality Disorder: This is a mental illnes characterized by at least two distinct relatively enduring personality states. There is no cure for DID and some professionals believe the cause to be serious childhood trauma. In about 90% of cases, tehre is a history of abuse in childhood, while other cases are linked to health issuess in childhood. Genetic factors are alos believed to play a role

    Dissociative identity disorder (previously known as multiple personality disorder) is thought to be a complex psychological condition that is likely caused by many factors, including severe trauma during early childhood (usually extreme, repetitive physical, sexual, or emotional abuse).

    What Is Dissociative Identity Disorder?

    Dissociative identity disorder is a severe form of dissociation, a mental process which produces a lack of connection in a person's thoughts, memories, feelings, actions, or sense of identity. Dissociative identity disorder is thought to stem from a combination of factors that may include trauma experienced by the person with the disorder. The dissociative aspect is thought to be a coping mechanism -- the person literally shuts off or dissociates himself from a situation or experience that's too violent, traumatic, or painful to assimilate with his conscious self.

    Who Is At Risk for DID?

    While the causes of dissociative identity disorder are still vague, research indicates that it is likely a psychological response to interpersonal and environmental stresses, particularly during early childhood years when emotional neglect or abuse may interfere with personality development. As many as 99% of individuals who develop dissociative disorders have recognized personal histories of recurring, overpowering, and often life-threatening disturbances at a sensitive developmental stage of childhood (usually before age 6).

    Dissociation may also happen when there has been persistent neglect or emotional abuse, even when there has been no overt physical or sexual abuse. Findings show that in families where parents are frightening and unpredictable, the children may become dissociative. Studies indicate DID affects about 1% of the population.

    How to Recognize Dissociative Identity Disorder and Its Associated Mental Disorders

    Dissociative identity disorder is characterized by the presence of two or more distinct or split identities or personality states that continually have power over the person's behavior. With dissociative identity disorder, there's also an inability to recall key personal information that is too far-reaching to be explained as mere forgetfulness. With dissociative identity disorder, there are also highly distinct memory variations, which fluctuate with the person's split personality.

    The "alters" or different identities have their own age, sex, or race. Each has his or her own postures, gestures, and distinct way of talking. Sometimes the alters are imaginary people; sometimes they are animals. As each personality reveals itself and controls the individuals' behavior and thoughts, it's called "switching." Switching can take seconds to minutes to days. When under hypnosis, the person's different "alters" or identities may be very responsive to the therapist's requests.

    The distinct personalities may serve diverse roles in helping the individual cope with life's dilemmas. For instance, there's an average of two to four personalities present when the patient is initially diagnosed. Then there's an average of 13 to 15 personalities that can become known over the course of treatment. While unusual, there have been instances of dissociative identity disorder with more than 100 personalities. Environmental triggers or life events cause a sudden shift from one alter or personality to another.

    What Other Psychiatric Illnesses Might Occur With DID?

    Along with the dissociation and multiple or split personalities, people with dissociative disorders may experience a number of other psychiatric problems, including symptoms:

    Depression
    Mood swings
    Suicidal tendencies
    Sleep disorders (insomnia, night terrors, and sleep walking)
    Anxiety, panic attacks, and phobias (flashbacks, reactions to stimuli or "triggers")
    Alcohol and drug abuse
    Compulsions and rituals
    Psychotic-like symptoms (including auditory and visual hallucinations)
    Eating disorders

    There are no established medication treatments for dissociative identity disorder, making psychologically-based approaches the mainstay of therapy. Treatment of co-occurring disorders, such as depression or substance use disorders, is fundamental to overall improvement.

    There is no cure for Aaron Greenspan. For some reason he speaks as if he is a third person and is showing these clear signs of mutliple personality disorder. One has to look at how Aaron Greenspan writes and portrays himself from a third party. For example, Aaron Greenspan will himself write "Our founder..." and there are just too many examples but one can read on the Twitter accounts @PlainSite and @AaronGreenspan that he often writes as if another personality or personalities are involved and this makes this person actually quite dangerous, as he has access to so many legal dockets and the public's personal information that he can become quite aggressive and do lots of harm to people. This could be his alter ego doing these things but all is known is that Aaron Greenspan has and is destroying lots of people's reputations, as he is trying to traumatize people just like he has been severely traumatized, most likely in childhood and then as an adult.

    Here are some good examples of movies where people had so much trauma that they then became ill with DID or Multiple Personality Disorder:

    Secret Window, starring Johnny Depp who by the way Aaron Greenspan is now harassing too.

    Split, starring James McAvoy.

    These movies are a good example of Aaron Greenspan and shows that he can have aggressive outbursts when he does not get what he wants and can become a vindictive maniac with no self control.

    As Aaron Greenspan gets older he will only be more dangerous and his DID or Multiple Personality Disorder where he speaks in the third party will only start showing more and he will become a liablity for society, even though he currently is doing many evil things to lots of people and has not self control.

    Aaron Greenspan simply cannot leave Tesla alone and cannot leave people and companies alone and he enjoys cyberstalking and harassing without any empathy. All of these behaviors are clear symptoms of anti-scoial behaviors and a severe mental disturbance for which there is no cure.

    +12 Votes
  • Aaron Greenspan is a CYBER STALKER AND SICK SERIAL HARASSER.

    Do not give this criminal any money. Do not follow this cyber stalker on social media. Do not answer or communicate with this serial harasser. Your life will be much better off when you simply ignore and stay completely away from this troublesome and off the wall cyber bully.

    +15 Votes
  • K
      Nov 13, 2019

    @Aaron Greenspan is a Cyber Bully Victims of Aaron Greenspan Foundation Logo
    Join the Victims of Aaron Greenspan Foundation

    Elon Musk

    @elonmusk
    Replying to @tesla_truth and 7 others
    Super messed up situation!

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    11:46 AM - Oct 12, 2019
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    This post about Aaron Greenspan's "Think Foundation", a fraudulent "charity" that is engaged primarily in harassing Tesla customers was originally psoted on Medium. After Elon Musk responded, Aaron Greenspan had Medium remove the post. M's testimony has been reposted here. Aaron has spent a shocking amount of time attempting to hide this information, despite the fact that everything here is publicly visible on Twitter. Despite his intense efforts, the truth about Aaron's harassment will come to light.

    NonProfit PlainSite Attacks People Online
    There is a guy by the name of Aaron Greenspan who hates Tesla very much. His hatred has made his heart angry and bitter and has turned him into a stalker who uses his 501(c)3 Nonprofit organization to attack Tesla owners and supporters online. Before we dive into his list of victims with screenshots of his attacks, let’s take a look at his charity and the people who support it.

    PlainSite
    PlainSite is a joint venture with Think Computer Corporation and Think Computer Foundation (both owned and operated entirely by Aaron) which is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in the United States. According to GuideStar, it’s mission is to use technology to assist people with disabilities.

    EIN: 34–1937820

    Address: 20560 SHELBURNE RD SHAKER HTS, OH 44122
    Principal Officer: Aaron Greenspan

    Who Supports This?
    Russel Mitchell of the LA Times is a contributor even though he has been told by multiple sources that PlainSite attacks and bullies people online. It seems that the LA Times is fine with their reporters contributing to online bullying.

    Russ Mitchell Tweet
    He's not alone: reports at reputable outlets such as Bloomberg and CNBC that covers Tesla often cite PlainSite as a "legal non-profit". Perhaps they are unaware of the online bullying or look away since they have not been targeted. As far as I can tell, no news organization publishing anti-Tesla information from Plainsite has disclosed that Aaron Greenspan is shorting Tesla's stock, meaning he will make money if the share price declines.

    Aaron Short Position
    Bloomberg Plainsite Story CNBC Plainsite Story
    Victims of PlainSite
    Omar Qazi
    The first victim is Omar Qazi, a well-known member of the Tesla community who owns a Tesla and is outspoken about his support via a popular parody account. PlainSite even has a profile for Omar which is creepy.

    Aaron's harassment of Omar started earlier this year, on Omar's birthday. That day Aaron decided to "doxx" Omar, or post his identity and location online in an attempt to intimidate him, as well as encourage others to harass and possibly harm him as well. The Think Foundation non-profit's "PlainSite" Twitter account was used to perform the doxxing. The reason Aaron decided to engage in this targeted harassment from his charity's Twitter account is that he did not like a tweet that Omar has posted about him on his @tesla_truth twitter account. Have you ever seen a charity engaged in retaliation efforts like that?

    facebook birthday Doxxing Attempt 1
    Doxxing Attempt 2
    Doxxing Attempt 2
    Not able to let Qazi's online comments go, Aaron Greenspan set out to search for information on Omar. His objective was to attempt to incriminate his opponent, hoping to either force Qazi to face legal action or perhaps simply hoping to find material that could be used for extortion.

    On July 22, 2019 at 1:17 AM, awake and fuming with anger, Greenspan posted about a discovery he had made searching for evidence against Qazi: a private fundraising website that Greenspan alleged was a violation of securities law. Greenspan made an empty threat to sue Qazi's company for libel, presumably over because of a tweet that he didn't like. Again, this was done using a Twitter account supposedly belonging to Aaron Greenspan's "charity", the Think Foundation and their PlainSite joint venture.

    Fundraising extortion attempt

    Qazi often makes videos about Tesla's Autopilot functionality. During one video, while checking on the camera he failed to notice a yellow light. By the time he noticed he decided it would be safer to continue across the intersection than stop, but Tesla's Autopilot warned him about the red light.

    After Qazi tweeted about this red light detection feature, Greenspan copied the video to a YouTube account supposedly owned and controlled by his Think Foundation charity, including Qazi's full name and location. It's not clear why this was done, and why his charity tweeted about it, but it can be presumed that he wanted to embarass Qazi, portray him as unsafe, or maybe even have him cited for a traffic ticket.

    At this point Greenspan had also spread conspiracy theories accusing Qazi of (among other things) comitting murder, posessing and distributing child pornography, sending death threats, and doing all this because he was paid by Elon Musk and/or Tesla. Unfortunately there is simply too much to get into as we have several other people who were harassed to dicuss as well.
    Fundraising extortion attempt
    Youtube

    Amazingly this YouTube video, uploaded for no other purprose than harassment and intimidation, was uploaded from the charity's YouTube account and filed under the category "Nonprofits & Activism".

    On October 9, 2019 Bloomberg Businessweek ran a feature on AutoPilot that included an interview with Qazi.

    Greenspan was so enraged by the interview that he threatened to sue Elon Musk and Omar Qazi. He also publicly lashed out against the journalists behind the piece, claiming Qazi had deceived them into thinking he was an ordinary customer when in fact he was an employee of Tesla. These allegations are of course false. Lawsuit Threat
    Journalist Threat
    bleh 1
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    bleh 3

    Believe it or not, these tweets don't even begin to scratch the service of the targeted harassment of Qazi perpetrated by Aaron Greenspan's Think Foundation Charity, and their PlainSite joint venture. However, we must move on as Aaron has harassed many other innocent people as well.

    Johnna Crider
    Johnna Crider is a writer and an artist. She writes for CleanTechnica. At first, PlainSite tried to discredit her as an author by wording tweets to insinuate that she is an ill-informed artist.
    j 1
    j 2

    When attacking her credibility didn’t work, PlainSite then started making insane accusations about Johnna by wording tweets to insinuate that she is a source of fake Twitter accounts and claiming her account has Nigerian bots. bots
    Viv
    Viv is a young woman and college student in Germany who is a fan of Tesla, Elon Musk, and SpaceX. Elon Musk has interacted quite a lot with her this year and it landed her in a position to be targeted by PlainSite. Viv is also a talented video editor who uses her skills to make beautiful Tesla and SpaceX videos for the communities to enjoy.

    PlainSite also accused another user, Pauline, who actually stalked Viv and drastically changed her appearance to look like more like her, of being the same person. The nonprofit organization also accused them both of working for Tesla — which would not be a crime if the accusation were true.

    The night this thread was posted Viv was in tears, worried that her career prospects might be affected given her upcoming graduation. Viv is not employed by or affiliated with Tesla in any way. Once again, remarkably, this harassment of a college aged girl was executed by Aaron Greenspan's Think Foundation charity, using the official Twitter account for the comapny's PlainSite joint venture.

    viv 1
    viv 2
    viv 3
    viv 4
    28delayslater
    The account, affectionately known as 28 for short and for his love of puppies is the force behind the FrunkPuppy Movement. He is also an active-duty member of the US Military and owns a Tesla. He has kept his last name private, however via his own Twitter account, Aaron Greenspan doxxed his identity and his very private information regarding what he does for the military. I will be blurring that information out in the photos. His accusation is that Earl attacked disabled people which Earl has not done at all. To the contrary, Aaron has attacked him and many members of the Tesla community simply for owning a Tesla. Again, Aaron made a baseless accusation against a Tesla customer with 0 evidence, and included his personal infomration to direct harassment towards 28delayslater and his family. Notice how Aaron tagged Earl's employer, hoping to jepordize his career with an accusation that ended up being completely false. As Earl has two young children, this retaliation without confirming evidence not only jepordizes the account owner but his entire family.

    earl 1
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    earl 3
    earl 4
    Musk AF
    Musk AF is another anonymous Tesla and Elon Musk Twitter account who supports Elon Musk and his companies. Just today, PlainSite has accused them of being a part of Tesla’s PR team. If any Twitter account has anything positive to say about Elon Musk or Tesla, Aaron accuses them of being an illegitimate account created by Tesla's PR team. The intention is to direct targeted harassment at these accounts and attempt to intimidate them into silence.
    musk af
    How To Fight Back
    A nonprofit charity should not be bullying people online, but that's whats happening here. This supposed "charity" that "uses technology to assist individuals with disabilities" is financially supported by Tesla short sellers and members of the media who often criticize Elon Musk. However, we can fight back. All nonprofit organizations are regulated by the IRS. It’s really easy to report this one and you do not have to be a U.S. Citizen to report this fraudulent charity to the IRS.

    Download this form from the IRS
    Fill it out. You can do this anonymously and be sure to check the box saying that you want to protect your identity
    Send it to the IRS by mail, or email it to [protected]@irs.gov
    Be sure to use the name of the nonprofit: Think Computer Corporation and Think Computer Foundation. PlainSite is just their "project"
    Thank you. Please sign up for our mailing list and check back on this site for more updates.

    +2 Votes
  • Aaron Greenspan does suffer from DID Dissociative Identity Disorder or better known as Multiple Personality Disorder.

    Aaron Greenspan is always speaking and writing in the third party as he uses one of his other personalities.

    Here is one Tweet that someone wrote and they noticed that he writes as if he is not Aaron Greenspan but one of his other personalities.

    Oct 27
    Replying to
    @PlainSite
    and
    @AaronGreenspan
    Aaron absolutely sent a letter threatening to sue Omar.. And why do you post like Aaron is someone else when you are Aaron?

    +9 Votes
  • U
      Nov 09, 2019

    Aaron Greenspan is a highly sick in the head individual who suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder and cannot be employed by anyone. This is why he is fighting to keep plainsite.org online and to keep up his cyberstalking and doxing behaviors against anyone who fights to have their reputations saved.

    Aaron Greenspan is no different than a Tick, Flea, Leach or mosquito that latches on to a human host for his meals and money to pay his bills and eat. Aaron Greenspan always need a human host to survive and to live off of.

    Some years ago Aaron Greenspan received from Mark Zuckerberg some crumbs a measly $250, 000 so that he would get lost and to lay off. Then Aaron Greenspan went around with his Multiple Personality Disorder writing his own lying narratives online that there was a non-disclosure agreement between him and facebook. The reason for this? Because Aaron Greenspan wants naive people to believe that he received some huge monetary settlement and that today he some sort of undercover bigshot. Truth is that Aaron Greenspan received a pittance from facebook of $250, 000 and told to go fly a kite and to get lost. Problem is with this mentally disturbed Aaron Greenspan is that once you give him an inch, he will try and take every last penny and everything else you have.

    For these reasons it is imperative for smart people with common sense to not communicate with Aaron Greenspan at all under any circumstances. Do not click on plainsite.org because he then can hack your computers. Do not follow him on social media and he also knows how to hack in to any social media accounts. He hacked in to the Twitter account followers of Mike Lissner from the Free Law Project and used his sock puppet John Fuenchem with a yahoo account that came up as if it was in Toronto, Canada. Aaron Greenspan knows all the malicious ways to access any computer, email account or database. He is dangerous! Do not listen to anything Aaron Greenspan has to say as he will fill you with loads of lies and tales and if you tell him to get lost he will then Stalk you forever because he's sick.

    Aaron Greenspan knows little to nothing on investments and especially Stock Investments. He is a know it all fool and a loser who will lose all of his money and will go broke with his fantasy's. Aaron Greenspan lives in an alternate dimension where he is consumed with envy of others who are legitimately successful and Aaron Greenspan will amount to nothing in this lifetime. He will only know how to cyberstalk, harass and gain access to personal information to then try and shame people online. Aaron Greenspan has no real skills. All he has is shady tax evasion schemes to not pay taxes on his ill gotten fraudulent 501(c)(3) Think Computer Foundation because he needs all the money he can get his hands on because he's a broke beaatch who counts every penny but has never worked in a real job one day in his life. Aaron Greenspan is duping so many people trying to give himself lots of self importance with made up fairy tales that he writes about himself online which are all lies and made up.

    Aaron Greenspan has nothing but some computers, access to millions of legal dockets that he should not have and expert hacking skills. Currently Aaron Greenspan has created hundreds of fake Twitter accounts to make it look like his followers are increasing. With Aaron Greenspan it's all smoke & mirrors. He is nothing but a loser wannabe who will never ever succeed in anything in his lifetime. He had his chance but blew it and today Aaron Greenspan is so angry at everyone and everything for remaining a loser wannabe that he is taking his anger out on innocent people with his plainsite.org parasitical website. He has no class at all.

    Aaron Greenspan is just like a Tick, Flea, Leach or Mosquito. Once Aaron Greenspan has sucked what money he can from one host, he then moves on to his next host and he enjoys finding a host with lots of money to feed off their money as much as he can. Parasites are not wanted anywhere and that goes for Aaron Greenspan who has lied on Twitter to close down other people's Twitter accounts and being an online parasitical b**tard.

    The public needs to stay away from Aaron Greenspan, he is a human parasite who just wants to feed off the good people and if they have money even more so.

    +8 Votes
  • U
      Nov 09, 2019

    Aaron Greenspan is not a journalist. He is the online king of doxing and stalking.

    Do not give Aaron Greenspan one single penny. It will only be used to file lawsuits, go on doxing expeditions and allow him to continue to cyberstalk and harass the public. All monies need to be cut off to Aaron Greenspan. Do not even look at plainsite.org and do not follow this insane guy on @aarongreenspan or @plainsite just run and never look back otherwise Aaron Greenspan will stalk you and harass you for money.

    Aaron Greenspan writes in the third person all the time and this is a clear sign that he suffers from Multiple Personality Disorder. He uses phrases "Our founder..." when he is the one writing this. Or, "We have just obtained..." when again Aaron Greenspan is the only one writing these things. plainsite.org is run by one single human parasite Aaron Greenspan.

    My friends have been cyberstalker, harassed and suffered severe doxing by Aaron Greenspan and for some reason Twitter so far will not take action and close his Twitter accounts down permanently. There should be laws against people like Aaron Greenspan who should be prohibited from accessing the Internet because of his constant cyberstalking, harassment and doxing towards so many people. The victims of Aaron Greenspan run in thousands. There are so many people who today cannot even employment because of Aaron Greenspan and his parasitical website plainsite.org where he does all his cybstalking, harassment and doxing online.

    +10 Votes
  • K
      Nov 13, 2019

    @user2101106 Aaron Greenspan has attacked us Tesla Supoorters and is doing anything possible to get Tesla to go bankwupt to recoup his losses. He is getting Tesla supporters suspended from twitter and trying to ruin our Tesla community. Omar Qazi behind the account @Tesla_Truth has been non-stop suspended due to Greenspan’s non stop false reports about him. Now Qazi has been permanently suspended. Let’s try and get his account back!

    +10 Votes
  • S
      Nov 15, 2019

    File SEC complaints against Aaron Greenspan for posting false rumors and lies about Tesla.
    The SEC is already aware of who Aaron Greenspan is and what he is up to using @PlainSite to spread lies and trying to short and distort the Tesla Stock.

    SEC Office of the Whistleblower
    100 F Street NE
    Mail Stop 5631
    Washington, DC 20549
    Fax: [protected]

    What Aaron Greenspan is doing is a Federal crime. It’s called “short & distort”.

    The practice of spreading false information about stocks, to drive down their prices, is called "short and distort".

    +5 Votes

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