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Chatting with sexbots

A Deniro Marketing employee who answered the phone at its California headquarters on Monday said that no one was available to respond to inquiries from reporters.

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The researchers dubbed the botnet "SIREN" after sea-nymphs described in Greek mythology as half-bird half-woman creatures whose sweet songs often lured horny, drunken sailors to their rocky deaths -- presumably for the purpose of feasting upon their vitamin-deficient corpses.Likewise, many of the "dating" websites are themselves scams, chiefly comprised of fake female profiles which encourage visitors to sign up for paid subscriptions with promises of lame cybersex and nudes.(PSA: There are literally no women on the internet that want to have sex with you.) According to Zero FOX, two out of five of the domains tweeted by the SIREN botnet are associated with a company called Deniro Marketing.Twitter did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Best Sexbot podcasts we could find (Updated February 2018)Related podcasts: Arts Books Comedy Health and Well-Being Religion Society Universes Sexsurrogacy Sexresearch Sexpodcast Psychologyofattraction Nazaninmoali Drnazaninmoali Coupletherapy Couplepodcast Rodriguez Buern Lotho Gozun Galvez Sexology podcast untangles the science of sex and pleasure. Nazanin Moali interviews experts, psychologists and researchers to explore the most intriguing findings in psychology of sex and intimacy.It's everything you’ve ever wanted to know about sex, but have been too afraid to ask.

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The 90,000 accounts were all created using roughly the same formula: A profile picture of a stereotypically attractive young woman whose tweets included sexually suggestive, poorly written remarks that invite users to "meet" with them for a "sex chat".

Millions of users apparently fell for the ruse and, presumably, a small fraction of went on to provide their payment card information to the pornographic websites they were lured to.

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