UPDATE: Big Tech Lets Leftist Group Doxxing SCOTUS to Remain on Platforms

UPDATE – The Ruth Sent Us website still exists, however Google has taken down the map showing the residential addresses of six Supreme Court justices. The notice will inform users that they cannot access the Ruth Sent Us website’s map.[t]Due to violation of our Terms Of Service or policies, his map cannot be accessed anymore.

A leftist group posted home addresses of six right-leaning Supreme Court justices but hasn’t been restricted by any major social media sites. The doxxing attack appears to violate several site policies such as harassment and sharing content that reveals others’ private information.

Ruth Sent Us posted the addresses to its website and linked the URL in each account’s bylines. It urged followers to protest at the justices’ homes  and posted that next to the marked addresses of Chief Justice John Roberts along with those of Justices Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito, Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett and Neil Gorsuch.

This move is coming as SCOTUS could be preparing for the downfall of notorious Roe v. Wade (1973) pro-abortion ruling. “ANNOUNCING: Walk-by Wednesday, May 11, 2022! Three in Virginia, and three in Maryland are the home of extremist justices. If you’d like to join or lead a peaceful protest, let us know,” Ruth Sent Us spewed. 

Ruth Sent Us provided a Google map showing the addresses of the six SCOTUS judges. It was included on its home page. On its website, the organization provided a link to it. TwitterThis appears to have been done on Instagram, TikTok and other platforms that are in contravention of the respective platform’s doxxing policies. This group also manages an exclusive Facebook group. A closer look at the Ruth Sent Us website reveals that it is a Google Site, which means that it also may be in violation of Google’s policy. The five Big Tech titans have not taken any discipline against the group.

Note: This report won’t link to Ruth Sent Us, which exposes their addresses in order to safeguard the justices.

Strangely enough, Ruth Sent Us uploaded a promo video for its Walk-by Wednesday Doxxing Campaign on its Instagram account and TikTok account. The website was pasted over the video on April 30, That’s two days before Politico April 2nd, Alito struck down a draft SCOTUS major opinion that was leaked to it. Roe.



A review of Google, Meta, TikTok and Twitter policies reveal a number of potential violations Ruth Sent Us may have engaged in when sharing a link that revealed the justices’ residential information.

Google’s policy states: “Do not harass, bully, or threaten others. We also don’t allow this product to be used to engage or incite others in these activities,” which Includedes “exposing private information of someone else that could be used to carry out threats.”

According to Twitter’s policy on addresses being shared on other sites that are then posted to the platform, “we may take action against home addresses being shared, even if they are publicly available, due to the potential for physical harm.” TikTok policy defines “doxxing as the act of collecting and publishing personal data or personally identifiable information (PII) for malicious purposes.”

The platform explicitly instructed users to “not post, upload, stream, or share” content “that threatens to reveal personal data or personally identifiable information (PII),” which “includ[es]Address at residence[es].” Instagram’s policy was straight to the point: “Harassment: Instagram has strict rules that prohibit you from doxxing, using hate speech, terrorist activities, threats of harm, and violence (such as vandalism, assault, or theft).

Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, also prohibits “[c]ontent that shares or solicits any of the following private information, either on Facebook or through external links.” One of the categories of “private information” that is prohibited is “Residential Information.” 

Twitter and TikTok did not respond to MRC’s request for comment, and Meta and Google responded but have not yet commented at the time of publishing.

Conservatives are being attacked.Your representatives should be contacted to insist that Big Tech is held accountable to the First Amendment and provide transparency. If you have been censored, contact us using CensorTrack’s Contact formHelp us to hold Big Tech responsible. Report Ruth Sent Us’ abuse to Google by clicking on the information icon 🛈 at the bottom left side of the Site’s home page.

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