June 9, 2018


Was O’Brien’s story an intrusion into a private citizen’s personal life for the purpose of shaming her before a mass audience, was it an overzealous exposé of a newsworthy subject that went too far by prying into her family members’ lives, or was it a righteous piece of investigative journalism that unmasked an insidious hatemonger? People disagreed. Some who chose the first answer, people we might label right-wing Internet trolls, decided to do something that by now should be decidedly unsurprising: publish the personal information of several Huffington Post employees and their families on the Internet.

Who could have seen it coming?

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