Not sure why mod is getting so defensive here.
It's one thing for an individual to "dox" themselves or show the breadcrumb trail. Is the information accessible off of a little bit? Sure, if you give it to people willing to do the research. Downside of our modern world, there is no real privacy anymore. As our Rebel Spy pointed out, the information that was disclosed in that Twitter post is nothing that hasn't been easily found for years with the detective work.
It's something else entirely to drop full identity documents on another person to an entire community and justify doing so because they disclosed their names publicly and are "public figures".
Burly, Slam... how would you feel if that logic were spun around on you? You publicly post on a famous person's forum, so you're a public figure. Does that mean it's okay for the mods to scrape all your information together both semi-private and public and post public links disclosing exactly who you are here for the rest of us to pry into? Where should we draw the line on what is acceptable information to disclose on behalf of another person without their permission?
If Pete wants to disclose his name, his wife's name, and the address of one of his properties on his Twitter feed, that's his business and right to do so. Just because you think it's a stupid and reckless thing to do doesn't give you the right to disclose all the related information that can be dredged up with it here. You expect some level of privacy yourselves, that's clear because you're not posting under your real names and publicly disclosing what cities you live in in your user profiles.
Just because you can doesn't mean you should, so extend the same courtesy to others as you expect yourself. Let personal information disclosed for public consumption be left to the discretion of the person in question to disclose on their terms, not yours.