EBay's Top Execs Ordered 'Terrorism' Campaign, Couple Say

Law360 (July 21, 2021, 7:00 PM EDT) -- The married bloggers allegedly terrorized by eBay employees for their critical reporting hit the e-commerce company with a civil racketeering suit on Wednesday, detailing how a stalking campaign allegedly ordered by top executives left them fearing for their lives.

Journalists David Steiner and Ina Steiner built their civil suit atop a federal criminal case against the former eBay security team that allegedly carried out the online and in-person intimidation. But the couple's allegations stretch further than prosecutors' did, claiming that eBay's then-CEO, Devin Wenig, and his communications chief, Steve Wymer, are also responsible for ordering the stalking campaign. Neither was hit...

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