> pseudonymous artist Banksy, Russian president Vladimir Putin, former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau, the hacking collective Anonymous, climate activist Greta Thunberg, and rapper Snoop Dogg, among others
I want to see who posted to these besides the person that said they were.
In some cases it makes sense, I don’t expect Putin to make his own posts, we already know Clinton does not, but Greta Thunberg? Isn’t the denier campaign against her that she’s part of a PR initiative and not just a 16yo that made it to the world stage on her honest activism?
I’d like to see for myself who and how many people were posting on these people’s behalf - but I don’t want to go 4chan or support doxxing.
Wait... is this actually doxxing? It’s the name of an account that made a post on a public aite, doesn’t seem like the same as someone’s home address.
Obvious stuff, Greta is a sock puppet for Svante Thunberg, her father. Rich people and politicians use PR agencies. Some Polish troll farms turned out to be run by state-owned broadcaster TV employee in charge of official news portal, the usual.
Doxing or doxxing (from dox, abbreviation of documents)
All someone had to do was click "Edit history" when viewing a post. As if no one ever does that. The Edit history link is included on even on their most basic mobile interfaces. Am I reading this wrong. This sounds like backpeddling.