I understand Scott Alexander’s arguments for why he doesn’t want to be doxxed.
I haven’t heard NYT’s arguments for why they think it’s OK to doxx him.
I’m sure they must have some. (Nobody says “I do action X because I’m a moustache-twirling villain”)
But I can’t judge the difference between “that sounds like unconvincing post-hoc rationalisations” and “actually, that’s a reasonably argument” if I haven’t heard their side of the story at all.
Does anyone know where I can hear NYT’s point of view? I tried emailing them and haven’t had a reply yet.
In case it helps, I spent some time in Kenya, and in the remote poor rural area I was in, it was all Kenyan shillings—no dollars.