Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey has been caught following a pro-Antifa radical activist who specializes in doxxing people
“A notorious Antifa doxxer was soliciting the public for identifying information of those who participated in the peaceful ‘Trump Boat Parades’ that took place across several US states over the weekend,” The Post Millennial reported August 18. In a screenshot shared by opinion columnist Rita Panahi, a Twitter user asked Dorsey if he would allow this Twitter-verified Antifa activist to “threaten people with doxing.” Doxing website manager Emily Gorcenski in the screenshot replied by showing that Dorsey follows Gorcenski’s account and implied he “probably” will allow Gorcenski to keep doxxing people.
Gorcenski asked on August 16, “Does anyone have high quality images of the Trump Boat rally that show boat names or registration numbers so that I can start doxing?” Gorcenski followed this tweet immediately with a photo of one boat’s identification number visible.
This Twitter-verified radical does not seem to fear punishment by Twitter, despite the fact Gorcenski appears to be violating its policies.
Twitter explicitly states in its Private information policy:
“You may not publish or post other people's private information without their express authorization and permission. We also prohibit threatening to expose private information or incentivizing others to do so.
“Sharing someone’s private information online without their permission, sometimes called doxxing, is a breach of their privacy and of the Twitter Rules.”
The Post Millennial also wrote that “In February 2019, Gorcenski doxxed an innocent man whose reputation was allegedly dismantled in a twisted case of ‘deep identity theft.’”
Gorcenski appears to not face consequences for breaking the platform’s rules, but nonetheless manages to get other Twitter users suspended for doing so. The Post Millennial recounted how Gorcenski, as a transgender activist, got British rapper Zuby suspended for tweeting “ok dude.”
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