This guy is objecting to our journalistic credentials because we won't 'put a bounty' up for lap dance pictures.
As he explained to us on LinkedIn messaging:
While we are happy to criticize corporate behavior, including of the sexual variety (e.g., Sexism and the ISC West Party Girls, The Sleaziest Booth Of ISC West - Rapid Response, etc.), we are not going to put up bounties for pictures.
Moreover, we do not report things that we cannot substantiate (1) officially from the company, (2) from multiple independent people with close ties to a company, or (3) some form of company or legal documentation that we find. While I am sure company lap dance pictures would draw lots of hits, this is not something we are interested in.
That noted, if there is a substantial corporate issue (i.e., harassment, assault, etc.) and someone willing to go on the record or provide us clear evidence, it is something we would certainly publish on.
But, please, don't ask us to put a bounty for lap dance pics, because that is not what journalists do.