The list of donors to the Canadian trucker protests on the crowdfunding website GiveSendGo was recently hacked and donors’ names and personal information shared widely on social media, leading to doxxing of individual contributors, including an Ottawa store owner. And while Twitter ostensibly has a policy against allowing hacked material on the platform, nothing seemed to stop users from posting the hacked information for all to see.
Jimmy and The Dive host Jackson Hinkle discuss the curious divide between acceptably and unacceptably hacked private information.
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