Well, he does keep a live grenade on his shelf.
Ty avoids doxing himself simply by responding using his formal business address. Which is his designated place of service. It's really not that hard for a lawyer to avoid putting their home address on legal documents.
The best way to mitigate the danger of doxing is the second amendment. Along with calling your local police department to avoid SWATting. Police departments should really get phone companies to digitally sign caller ID data, and not send a swat if the caller ID isn't veritied.
Either way, they both made the wise decisions regarding ANN or anyone wanting their doxes by not getting doxxed by anybody or themselves. Don't forget that Rekieta got involved in preventing this doxxing attempt by ANN.Not necessarily. When ANN made that bogus DMCA claim against Hero Hei one of the suspected reasons for it was that if he wanted to do anything about it he'd essentially need to dox himself. However, Nick knew how to finagle things so that wasn't necessary. I suspect that Ty would be savvy enough to avoid doxing himself if he considered it a problem
Not that any of that matters. Quite frankly if anyone wanted to dox Ty, they could already do it. I doubt he'd be particularly bothered by it either. In addition to his first amendment rights, I suspect that Ty also fully enjoys those of the second.