Josh Kornbluth, a radio host on station KQED, discovers that a malicious prankster has created a MySpace account in his name, filled it with porn, and people are now emailing the station with complaints.
What could be worse? Well, he then discovers there is no mechanism on the MySpace website to contact anyone, MySpace Customer Care does not exist, and, when he finally reaches someone at MySpace via outside channels, they hang up on him. Read the details and squirm. (This story spotted on Scott Rosenberg's Salon blog.)