Former eBay government pleads responsible to harassment marketing campaign involving dwell bugs

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David Harville was eBay’s former director of world resiliency.

eBay’s former director of world resiliency, David Harville, pleaded responsible to collaborating in a weird harassment marketing campaign, which concerned sending dwell cockroaches, spiders, a bloody pig face masks, and different unusual objects to a Massachusetts couple (through The Guardian). Harville is the final of seven eBay workers to plead responsible to harassing and stalking the pair.

In 2020, the Division of Justice (DOJ) charged former eBay workers Harville, James Baugh, Stephanie Popp, Brian Gilbert, Stephanie Stockwell, Veronica Zea, and Philip Cooke with devising a harassment marketing campaign concentrating on Ina and David Steiner, the publishers behind the EcommerceBytes e-newsletter. The group’s scheme was meant to intimidate the Steiners over their publication’s…

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