TikTok can’t stop users from doxxing the Supreme Court

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Retaliating TikTok users have created an online blitz of protest videos following the Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, and many of these videos claimed to be doxxing the five conservative judges who cast the votes denying the federal right to abortion.

Vice reports that some TikTok videos with thousands of likes, comments, and views had shared home addresses and “supposed credit card information” of conservative judges Supreme Court Justices Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, and Amy Coney Barrett. According to Snopes and Vice, it has yet to be proven whether the credit card information was accurate or not.

Some, but not all of these videos have been swiftly removed by TikTok. Even if they were removed, though, the information shared in videos is often simply reposted through “smaller and smaller accounts,” Vice reported.

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