The litigation privilege applied to and immunized most of a 10-page rant that defendant wrote to his mailing list of interested gun enthusiasts about litigation against defendant that was then pending in Nevada state court. The rant conveyed information about the pending litigation and solicited financial support for defendant in that litigation, thus generally falling within the scope of the litigation privilege. However, one part of the rant identified plaintiff’s residential address and attached pictures of plaintiff’s face and his house. (This was so-called doxing–publishing personal information about a targeted individual so that others may attack him.) This decision holds that those portions of the rant were not protected by the litigation privilege since they were irrelevant to the litigation and to defendant’s contentions regarding the litigation and to his requests for financial support in that litigation.