(TheRedAlertNews.com) – BREAKING NOW: The pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us has been “permanently banned” from the social media platform TikTok for “doxing” United States Supreme Court Justices.
Doxing is the practice of searching for and publishing private or identifying information about a person on the internet, typically with malicious intent.
In the case of Ruth Sent Us, the pro-abortion group published the home addresses of several United States Supreme Court Justices to encourage pro-abortion protesters to stage demonstrations outside of the Justices’ homes.
As National Review recounts, “Leftist pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us has had its TikTok account “permanently banned” after publishing what it claimed were the home addresses of the Supreme Court’s six conservative justices online as part of an organized ‘walk-by protest’ earlier this month.”
TikTok did not delineate what information posted by Ruth Sent Us was inappropriate. Still, the group has received significant criticism from both the left and the right for trying to intimidate the justices in an attempt to get the court to uphold Roe v. Wade. Law enforcement professionals have become increasingly concerned about the safety of the justices.
A screenshot of the Ruth Sent Us TikTok account taken over the weekend contains the message, “Your account is permanently banned due to multiple violations of our Community Guidelines.”
What is your opinion? Please email [email protected] and share your reaction to the pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us being banned from at least one social media platform, TikTok, because it doxed six United States Supreme Court Justices when it published their home addresses on the internet. In your opinion, was TikTok correct to permanently ban Ruth Sent Us from its platform? Why or why not?
Pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us, which published the home addresses of the Supreme Court’s six conservative justices online, has had its TikTok account “permanently banned.” | https://t.co/MTvHaZ8nAR pic.twitter.com/6n6OY842Vo
— National Review News Wire (@NRWire) May 16, 2022