There are some major problems with the group “Anonymous” doing this.
1) they are Anonymous and thus have no accountability.
2) What if they are wrong?
3) whats to keep them from placing the IPs of political enemies in the list?
If they can do it, so can law enforcement. Whats the great revelation here?
Conclusion: Can anyone trust this group, “Anonymous.” With no accountability, I’m afraid to treat this list seriously.
(Well, I kinda doubt that Cyclops08 is your real name in life...I guest we can't "trust" what you say, here...or anywhere else, eh?)
A few years go, Sky TV in the UK got a name right, but the wrong,
actual person, for some pedophile that was released from prison,
in a broadcast.
A mob burned the wrong guy, and his family, out of a house and home.
They probably are wrong on so many levels. No evidence that they got end IP addresses for people using the Tor network and not just the last relay. Even if that hurdle were jumped, IP addresses are not unique digital identifiers for individuals and change frequently so you almost certainly have a number of misidentified IP addresses here. There’s a reason why we have trained law enforcement officials investigate crimes and not script-kiddies.