Verified Antifa Member Doxing Trump Boat Parade on Twitter — Twitter Allows Antifa Doxxing While Doxxing Explicitly Against Twitter Privacy Policy

Emily Gorcenski, a transgendered and open member of Antifa, has requested “high quality images of the Trump boat rally that show boat names or registration numbers so that I can start doxing?”

Doxing is explicitly against Twitter privacy policy, and is an offense that results in permanent suspension of one’s account. Twitter refuses to address this issue, as Antifa members openly share private information of Trump supporters online.

Twitter’s rules & policy information page on the sharing of personal information clearly states “You may not publish or post other people’s private information without their express authorization and permission” It continues: “We also prohibit threatening to expose private information or incentivizing others to do so”, which is exactly what Emily is doing in the above post.

Jack, owner of Twitter, follows the verified Antifa account in question, something that Emily is quite proud of. We verified this to be true after Emily boasted that Jack would allow the behavior to continue.

“Sharing someone’s private information online without their permission, sometimes called doxxing, is a breach of their privacy and of the Twitter rules.”

While Emily openly declares that attendees of the Trump Boat Rally will be doxxed, Emily requests others for information on the boats so that their private information can be released.

You can report the Tweets above by going to this link: Report Doxxing Tweets