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Is Doxxing Ever Okay?

Latheefa Koya, Human Rights Lawyer

20-Mar-24 18:00

Is Doxxing Ever Okay?

With the current controversy of KK Mart selling inappropriate socks, two individuals were doxxed following uproar and discontent from certain communities. We hear from human rights lawyer, Latheefa Koya on where the gaps are in our enforcement of doxxing threats, and what we can do to protect ourselves from such threats. Then, we ask our listeners whether doxxing is acceptable, and whether the fear of being doxxed stops them from voicing out their opinions online.

Image Credit: Panglima Aduka, TikTok

Produced by: Sudais Ferhard

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharaad Kuttan


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Categories:  technologycontroversies

Tags:  kk martdoxxingonlinereligionislam





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