Doxing (from dox, abbreviation of documents), or doxxing, is the Internet-based practice of researching and broadcasting personally identifiable information about an individual. The methos employe to acquire this information include searching publicly available databases and social media websites (like Facebook), hacking, and social engineering. It is closely related to cyber-vigilantism and hacktivism.
Doxing may be carried out for various reasons, including to aid law enforcement, business analysis, extortion, coercion, harassment, public shaming and vigilante justice. [Emphasis mine. - BPS]So there you have it, doxing is merely another shit-fucker tactic in the social arsenal of teh wimminz. It is "socially acceptable" for them to use it against each other and men, yet definitely not for men to use it against teh wimminz. By extension, as proxies of their femicunt masters, it is semi-okay for Manginas and Social Justice Warriors and White Knights to use in the service of their masters - against other men only.
What got me thinking about this was the weird semi-shit-storm of doxing that went on in the Manosphere for a short time. When the Manosphere starts using female tactics against itself, you can smell the stinky-shit somewhere. We also saw the femicunt-style shaming focused on MGTOW that went on for a bit - though we finally figured that it was all about parasites getting shitty at the thought of missing out on $$$.
So, should we (as in, the Manosphere) be using doxing tactics against the mainstream social mongrels? I'm basically undecided on the question. "All's fair in love and war." - which I'm tempted to call a female meme. Plus it's a nasty thing which can bounce back and slap us in the face. Especially when a woman can do no wrong, and so gets instant favoritism from the biased courts and society when she wants to kick up a fuss.
Though it is kind of amusing when a woman gets all shitty knickers-in-a-knot about it happening to her - in retaliation for her doing it to someone. Tit for tat hurts don't it.