Consider the gaming dispute: When one woman was doxed, how did that affect any other women involved?
As such, it seems to me that doxing should be treated as an invocation of Godwin's law; that is, immediate termination of the entire discussion thread.
We did get some privacy protections after the 'doxing' of a candidate for the Supreme Court in the 1980s--but that's a while back and that seems to be an exception.
(No prizes for guessing what type of videos congressmen like to watch.) • January 2, 2015 AM @I wonder: Is there a way to grasp the magnitude of the problem already, a % of people who have been silenced this way? The censorship potential for doxing surely extends far beyond its direct consequences.
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I took it out for two separate day trips (one hiking and one to the zoo) to test it out.
I am glad this has the ability to switch shoulders.
I don't have the fortitude to deal with that so I just shut up.
• January 2, 2015 AM The problem is the people protecting the sort of information people wouldn't want to be made publically available don't seem to be the sort of people to have a clue what they are doing!
In the past few weeks we've witnessed the ongoing doxing of Sony.