An internet search for Mike Sency's name immediately yields hundreds of accounts spread across social media and dating websites. Many of the profiles contain small differences, such as the photos used, the spelling of his name, even various details about his hobbies and interests. But they all share one common trait: They're fake. Sency is used to it. For years, pictures he posted online have been used to create fake profiles by people looking to scam others, often out of money, a practice generally known as catfishing. His problem isn't a new one, but it is an issue that has proven nearly impossible to stop.
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Ten former San Jose State University female athletes alleged school employees knew of a pattern of sexual abuse by a longtime athletic trainer but did nothing to protect them, according to tort claim notices they filed this week against the California State University System. The tort claims, which are required in California before a lawsuit is filed, give a public agency 45 days to investigate and potentially settle ahead of a suit. In their claims, the women allege CSU employees, including then-director of sports medicine Scott Shaw, subjected them to sexual abuse, harassment and discrimination, and that CSU was deliberately indifferent to the risk of sexual abuse.
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