A man who worked for Google was arrested earlier this month after allegedly cyberstalking a former classmate and blackmailing her with naked photos in hopes of receiving more explicit images and video.
An FBI investigation alleges that Nicholas Rotundo, a 23-year-old internal technology resident at the company, posed as a researcher in order to get naked photos from a former University of Texas at Dallas classmate, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, citing documents posted on The Smoking Gun website. It is not yet known whether Rotundo still works at Google.
In 2013, Rotundo allegedly invited the university student, whose name is blacked out on the posted documents, to join a study about “the public’s perception of different breast types” from the email account “firstname.lastname@example.org.” The student was asked multiple times to send naked photos to the “study” in return for thousands of dollars in compensation. In December of…
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