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The man reported the shakedown to cops, providing a possible name for the perpetrator.Investigators have yet to make any arrests, though.But soon afterward, he got a call from the woman, demanding he cough up 0 or she would post his shameful Skype video to You Tube and Facebook.Feeling helpless, he wired her the money through Western Union, the sources said. The woman called back later and demanded another 0, the sources said.He then confronted Snyder, according to a legal complaint, telling her, "I spent three hours reading all your conversations and I know all about you and all of your boyfriends." Shortly thereafter, in November 2010, Snyder was fired and Gould resigned, according to Fantasy Interactive.That would usually be the end of that story, but Gould and Snyder decided to sue the company alleging invasion of privacy and violation of electronic communication laws (as well as unpaid overtime and unfair termination), adding another addition to the growing pile of cases filed against employers for close digital monitoring of their employees' activities.Still, they did score some parting shots at their former employer.
The Onion might describe many of the exchanges as "validating the living sh** out of each other." Their chats also included venting about their workplace -- "I hate this place," wrote Snyder repeatedly -- plans to apply to other jobs with Snyder asking Gould if she would look over her resume, and many complaints about their boss, CEO David Martin, who they referred to as "a skeez," a "pathological liar," "a f***ing dick," and "evil." The chats were read by Martin, after he instructed an IT person to access the Skype file on Snyder's computer and print the content of their messages after Snyder made "troublesome statements" in the office.
In one chat in October 2010, Snyder complained that for a visit from client HTC, the company faked occupying two floors instead of one, and pushed desks around to make it look like there were more people working there than there actually were.
(Which apparently worked out well for them: FI announced in the fall of 2010 that HTC hired the company as its global digital agency after sending representatives all the way from Taiwan to visit FI's New York headquarters.) Whether Fantasy Interactive actually invaded Gould and Snyder's privacy in reading their Skype messages will be determined by a court.
In 2013, a Scottish teenager made headlines when he jumped from a bridge, taking his own life, after he reportedly was extorted by a group operating out of the Philippines.
Sources told local media at the time that cops believed that Daniel Perry, 17, killed himself because he was worried the blackmailers were going to show his family a sexual encounter he had with a girl on Skype.
Once the chat ends, the victim is contacted by the blackmailer, who then tries to elicit money from him by threatening to release the sensitive images.