Hi there. In reply to your question about my using the Internet for exposing WTBS. This is what I call Field Service 2.0
So basically you can reach a lot of people in a short amount of time by mass emails. You want to be sure not to spam and such. A well written "Public Service Announcement" letter sent once does the trick.
1. Email hunter - https://hunter.io/ this program lets you get all emails associated with a website/organization. Great for reaching child abuse orgs, nonprofits, governmental agencies, attorneys, police detectives and all their key people about JW child sex abuse problem. You can use it directly from your browser to snag the email addresses and if you pay for it, it will export them in Excel and you can pull it directly into your Gmail account with a few mouse clicks for convenience.
2. Mailtracker - https://mailtrack.io/en/ track your emails and opening rates. If you're sending 500 emails and you get 347 openings, you're doing good. On the other hand, if you've sent 500 emails and only 1 or 2 were opened, then it's time to back track and see what happened. Not all emails will work and not all websites have emails. Some sites hide their email addresses better than others.
3. Gmass - https://www.gmass.co/ Mass email, mail merge, and auto followup for gmail and inbox. You can time your mass mailings, especially since Gmail has a daily limit of the amount of emails you can send out per day.
4. Find Email addresses from physical address http://www.melissadata.com/lookups/emails.asp?FinEmailfirstname.lastname@example.org
Btw, this is also useful for job/career hunting. (You can use email hunter to get the email address of key contact people in any business you're interested in working for or doing business with)
You can also use it to defend/protect yourself as a consumer, whenever you aren't treated fairly in the course of a business transaction/product/service purchase. Can't tell you how many times I've had to use this to get past the automated customer service machines and/or Third World call centers.