Several Pink News readers in the UK have reported conversations with what they thought were real guys, only to realise that they were bots.An Internet bot, also known as a bot, is a software application that runs automated tasks over the Internet.DC Caroline Bright, who was in charge of the investigation, told the court Hazell's reaction was "one of shock" when she made him aware of the allegations.Both were invited for interview at the police station, although there is nothing to suggest Mrs Hazell had any role in any of the alleged incidents.Only 20 per cent of child sex offences are carried out by strangers.
He told Pink News: “It’s not a natural conversation flow – so it seems supicious but equally it its convincing enough to be real.” One Twitter user questioned why, if trying to convince Grindr users a bot was a real man, would they name him Herbert.
The reader, who wished to remain anonymous, said he had received the same set of messages more than once, and that he realised he was not speaking to a real person when he began receiving responses not lining up with what he said.
One Twitter user tried an unusual method to discover that the guy was not real “When you get it the second time – you’re like ‘what?!
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The court heard how his wife told police she has walked in on him watching porn in the past and is uncomfortable with his hidden magazines.