Yesterday, I posted the exhibits from the default motion against Crew Member Ron Brynaert in the Virginia Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. civil suit that showed how his being doxed by Anonymous led to his current address being confirmed. Doxing, having one’s personal information published online, is one of the latest threats that Team Kimberlin and their fanboys are bandying about.
It’s a credible threat. They’ve done it to CMRB (who is one of their own), and The Dread Pirate Kimberlin has even done it to himself.
Last week, I published a correction of a factual error I had made concerning TDPK. I got the information I needed to research my mistake from an unredacted document that TDPK used as an exhibit in his Motion to Dismiss filed in the federal Walker v. Kimberlin, et al. case.
One way to be immune to doxing is to have most of your information online in the first place. That’s my strategy, but so far as I know, I’ve got nothing to hide. And if someone did find something about me or my past that I should be ashamed of, I’d take it as an opportunity to make an amend that I still owe.
Somehow, I don’t think that is TDPK’s modus operandi. My guess is that as the screws are tightening the pressure is causing him to make more and more unforced errors. 4 December may turn out to be a very nice day.
Tick, tock, tick, tock, …