There are no headline-grabbing names on the list of KKK members that the hacker collective Anonymous released this afternoon, unlike the names of mayors and senators that appeared on the disavowed publication that a rival, attention-seeking, unknown individual put out several days ago. And that is just fine.
What the group of hactivists published today is a list that its members compiled of several hundred individuals and their Facebook and/or Google+ accounts. Their public identities, if they have any. Thus, all of this information is public or as public as any of these individuals may have decided to make it; almost anyone could have compiled this list, but it is Anonymous who bothered.