People are saying it's wrong to distribute this woman's information online with the intent of damaging her reputation—but didn't she do the damage by having a 45-minute-long bigoted rant in a public place? It's 2016, shouldn't we just assume everything is being recorded and photographed?
Writer Ijeoma Oluo argues that while "doxing for justice" has understandable appeal, it's never a good choice.
Techniques designed to intimidate people out of the public sphere are wrong, no matter who is doing it. Deciding that we will not stoop to their level and that we will not risk innocent people does not fix racism, sexism, homophobia and the like, but it helps us protect the ideals that we are fighting for.