Joy notes that Boycott Hollywood appears to have complied with the information policy of their domain registrar and provides a link to WHOIS where one can look up the registration information on anyone who owns a site. Given the problems we’re having with identity theft and privacy in general, one would think this information would be password protected or otherwise inaccessible to the public. Alas, such is not the case. . . .
Update (16:14): Via e-mail correspondence with Boycott Hollywood administration, I have learned that they actually had provided the correct info to WHOIS from the beginning and only changed it quite recently in response to threatening letters. Fortunately, the current information showing in WHOIS is not actually “them” but info from their future hosting company, so all are safe at the moment. An interesting learning experience all around–as Joy notes in the Comments, very few people understand how accessible this info is.