@truthtellah: I've not seen that, I'd be interested in proof however. /r/kotakuinaction has been squeeky clean when it comes to harassment and doxxing, though I do agree they address the GamerGate movement rather militantly, which is why I only read from afar. From what I've seen of 8chan, they have specific rules and procedures in place to report people dropping personal information. I don't frequent 8chan, but from all the sources I've seen related to this particular doxxing attempt, when that information was posted by the user, it was immediately reported and dismissed by the rest of the users. That's hardly compliance. If you can show me documentation otherwise, I'll reconsider my opinion, but so far, all I see are conveniently painted broad strokes.
If someone dropped knowledge here that they were going to shoot up a specific school, do you feel it'd be particularly fair if when said attack actually happens the media focuses on "duders" as the face of the attack?