What is Doxxing?
Doxxing is the practice of researching and broadcasting private or identifying information about an individual or organization on the internet, typically with malicious intent. This information can include things like the person's home address, phone number, email address, or other personal details. Doxxing is often used as a form of online harassment or cyberbullying, and can be a serious invasion of privacy. It is illegal in many jurisdictions, and can result in criminal charges if the person responsible is caught.