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    Doxing

    Had a few conversations on the subject recently that held a few points

    1- Is mob justice bad? Like when Necroplant Doxed staff and then got doxed himself he got some pizzas and such. But was it even unfair? The guy had a massive detrimental impact to tens of thousands of people (literally) and after his info was known he got some pizzas and a dildo mailed to him. While I wouldn't have given a shit if he got his ass kicked was that really bad?

    2- Necroplant got Doxed after he doxed other people. If your willing to cross that line and peel back the anonymity of the internet is it then acceptable for the same to be done to you? There is a totally justifiable fear of repercussions that comes with being doxed but after you cross that line is it acceptable for others to cross it against you?

    3- Why is Doxing acceptable when its done by institutions? Right now I could pick a person and buy their marketing info from data brokers; from their search history's to their spending patterns. Nobody batts an eye at google selling your stuffs but when a person does it its somehow its a huge violation of privacy. Whats the difference?

    Rambling thoughts
    Intellectual growth comes from discussions, not arguments. If you are unwilling to change your position and hear the other persons side you are closed minded and wasting your time.

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    Re: Doxing

    Quote Originally Posted by Renegade View Post
    Man ya'll never stop bragging about the Necro dox.
    This isn't about Necroplant. He is just an excellent example that a conversation about generated the first 2 interesting questions on the subject.

    I thought the conversation on Doxing was interesting and the ethical considerations of 'how far is too far' or 'when is it ok' or 'why is it ok for a corporation but not an individual' would make for an interesting conversation.
    Intellectual growth comes from discussions, not arguments. If you are unwilling to change your position and hear the other persons side you are closed minded and wasting your time.

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