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  1. #301
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    It's the CNN gif all over again.
    I mean, from all accounts, the guys info was always public and it's hardly doxxing if he agreed to an interview without asking to have his identity be kept anonymous.
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  2. #302
    Quote Originally Posted by Lynarii View Post
    The point is that all the identifying information that was released on the internet is information that he himself put there. This is all public information to begin with, nothing private was released without his consent.

    Not doxxing.
    Except that depends on whatever terms that website has. After all, the connection between the video and the information was made by some account name included in an URL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Themius View Post
    How do you doxx a guy who runs a "news operation" by his own words and outs himself?
    You can't so this wasn't Doxxing, it's just people crying.

  4. #304
    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    Yes...and? By creating and sharing something that hit national news he became a figure of public interest. Want to remain an anonymous shitposter on the internet? Don't use personal accounts with your real name and information on them to shitpost.



    It wouldn't be, and it's not. There was no malicious intent. This man became a figure of public interest. This is the CNN gif thing all over again, and that was a gigantic, humongous nothingberder.
    Ok. So he fucked up trying to remain anonymous and that obviously backfired. So, what? His mistake led to being doxxed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Endus View Post
    If that's "doxxing", then every time a news anchor is introduced by their network, they've been "doxxed". Every time a political figure is referenced, they've been "doxxed". Every time someone is interviewed by any journalist, anywhere, they've been "doxxed".

    You've rendered the term completely meaningless, if this is the ridiculous standard you want to apply.
    Except not really, because every time a news anchor releases public information about someone is because they got it sourced from the authorities or whatever source that is actually allowed to release it.

    News anchors can be hit hard by a lawsuit if they fuck up with privacy too.

  5. #305
    Quote Originally Posted by cubby View Post
    Says the guy who expects others to provide evidence for his points
    I'm not the one he was arguing with, brainy.
    I'm a casual observer from the sides who can still see and calls out bs. Try again.

    I've seen far more people call him out for said bs than "respecting his ""evidence""", which always comes in the form of ad hominems and personal attacks.
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  6. #306
    Quote Originally Posted by Razzako View Post
    Ok. So he fucked up trying to remain anonymous and that obviously backfired. So, what? His mistake led to being doxxed.
    No, it didn't. Again, the way you're trying to define that term so broadly means that literally any time media reference any public figure they'd be "doxxing" them.

    "Donald Trump, from his home at the White House on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in DC..."

    "Donald Trump, from his Mar-a-Lago resort said..."

    That would be doxxing by your definition. When it's clearly fucking not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malaky View Post
    I'm not the one he was arguing with, brainy.
    I'm a casual observer from the sides who can still see and calls out bs. Try again.

    I've seen far more people call him out for said bs than "respecting his ""evidence""", which always comes in the form of ad hominems and personal attacks.
    We'll all just wait with baited breath for the evidence of your latest claim. Or do we have to prove that one from you as well?
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  8. #308
    Hopefully a few Antifa thugs get doxxed soon...watch the leftists flip their position quickly!
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  9. #309
    Quote Originally Posted by bagelmanman View Post
    Hopefully a few Antifa thugs get doxxed soon...watch the leftists flip their position quickly!
    Feel free to find them, and have willing interviews with them.. just like what happened in this case. Heck,m interview them on the street.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malaky View Post
    I'm not the one he was arguing with, brainy.
    I'm a casual observer from the sides who can still see and calls out bs. Try again.

    I've seen far more people call him out for said bs than "respecting his ""evidence""", which always comes in the form of ad hominems and personal attacks.
    Do you have evidence for that claim?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bagelmanman View Post
    Hopefully a few Antifa thugs get doxxed soon...watch the leftists flip their position quickly!
    Awwwwww, look at you, not understanding doxxing, not reading the OP article, and looking like an idiot still claiming what factually didn't happen. Surprising? Not at all. Adorable? Always.
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  11. #311
    Quote Originally Posted by bagelmanman View Post
    Hopefully a few Antifa thugs get doxxed soon...watch the leftists flip their position quickly!
    If we're using the definition of "doxxing" in this thread, I'd have literally zero issues with that.

  12. #312
    Quote Originally Posted by Razzako View Post
    So let me get this straight, some guys found out who was behind the video because of data left in a URL and a twitter username, then the real identity of said person is found, then his public information is openly shown, including a past address, real name, state he lives in, and what not, but that's not doxxing.

    Please, tell me how that's not doxing? Let me help you out so that you can read better this time:
    Sigh...none of it was private it was all associated to his "business" and given in an interview BY HIM.
    So if I go and give out Trump's name, his city new York and his business address that is tied to his Twitter handle....that is doxxing too????



    If a bad article is written in the NY times and I go and find the publishers name on the web site, the city he works in, his work address listed on the site, I call him and ask him questions about him that he answers....that's doxxing??

    Show me where his address was listed please...

  13. #313
    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    If we're using the definition of "doxxing" in this thread, I'd have literally zero issues with that.
    "Hey lets interview some antifa"

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  14. #314
    Quote Originally Posted by bagelmanman View Post
    Hopefully a few Antifa thugs get doxxed soon...watch the leftists flip their position quickly!
    Hopefully you’ll read the shit you reply to. Is there any forum title you wouldn’t believe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    If we're using the definition of "doxxing" in this thread, I'd have literally zero issues with that.
    If we are using this thread’s definition, Trump is getting doxxed every day.
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  15. #315
    Quote Originally Posted by bagelmanman View Post
    Hopefully a few Antifa thugs get doxxed soon...watch the leftists flip their position quickly!
    What, all five of them? No one gives a shit about Antifa but right-wingers looking for scapegoats and "but what about..." targets.

  16. #316
    Quote Originally Posted by s_bushido View Post
    What, all five of them? No one gives a shit about Antifa but right-wingers looking for scapegoats and "but what about..." targets.
    In context of this thread... I’m pretty sure artifa would absolutely love to be doxxed, the same way the guy in OP. I don’t think antifa would shy away from publicity. It sure as hell beats memes about milk shakes...
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  17. #317
    Quote Originally Posted by Zan15 View Post
    Sigh...none of it was private it was all associated to his "business" and given in an interview BY HIM.
    So if I go and give out Trump's name, his city new York and his business address that is tied to his Twitter handle....that is doxxing too????



    If a bad article is written in the NY times and I go and find the publishers name on the web site, the city he works in, his work address listed on the site, I call him and ask him questions about him that he answers....that's doxxing??

    Show me where his address was listed please...
    The interview has no direct relationship with the video... We know it was HIM that did the interview and HIM that did the video because it got related through the account named in the URL. How is that hard to comprehend is beyond me.

    In 2017 he uprooted from his apartment in the Bronx and relocated to Greenville, North Carolina where he found work cleaning hotel rooms
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    No, it didn't. Again, the way you're trying to define that term so broadly means that literally any time media reference any public figure they'd be "doxxing" them.

    "Donald Trump, from his home at the White House on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in DC..."

    "Donald Trump, from his Mar-a-Lago resort said..."

    That would be doxxing by your definition. When it's clearly fucking not.
    I touched upon this very same point a reply below the one you quoted, I think. It's not the same thing at all, the sources of information are vastly different.

  18. #318
    Quote Originally Posted by Razzako View Post
    The interview has no direct relationship with the video... We know it was HIM that did the interview and HIM that did the video because it got related through the account named in the URL. How is that hard to comprehend is beyond me.
    I'm still not seeing why this is significant for you. It's like saying that you "doxxed" someone because you read the return address on a freakin letter.

  19. #319
    Quote Originally Posted by Edge- View Post
    I'm still not seeing why this is significant for you. It's like saying that you "doxxed" someone because you read the return address on a freakin letter.
    It's not that it's significant to me, it's the fact that he got identified because of that. Without that screw-up, this discussion wouldn't even be happening. The return address on a letter does not equal an account name on some website either...

  20. #320
    Quote Originally Posted by Razzako View Post
    Without that screw-up, this discussion wouldn't even be happening.
    Ok, so he made a dumb mistake that let media easily find his publicly available pages? I'm still not seeing the problem, sounds like the guy needs to learn to accept the responsibility for his actions and take personal accountability.

    Quote Originally Posted by Razzako View Post
    The return address on a letter does not equal an account name on some website either...
    No, but it's the same concept. It lets you know where the letter came from, just as his username's inclusion let media know where the post came from. If his information wasn't all publicly available through that username, which is itself public from what I can tell, they'd have nothing to work with.

    Again, not seeing anything wrong with any of this. Were this to happen to "leftists" I'd have the exact same opinion. Play stupid games, win stupid prizes.

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