Borrowing from Wikipedia's Biographies of Living People policies, should there be a be stronger notability criteria for claims about living people?
I'm worried that skeptics could be used for spreading negative claims about people, rather than skeptically examining already existing notable or notorious claims about that person. Especially when the OP also answers the question saying that the claim is true, which happened with Malala Yousafzai.
On the other hand, I suppose it's good if Skeptics is able to dispel negative claims about a person, such as the David Attenborough question (kind of about him, kind of about Israel). (FWIW, a mod initially thought I was trying to promote a negative claim, whereas I was intending for it to be debunked)
Perhaps one possibility would be to only require increased notability when the person has been the target of serious unlawful harassment. That would cover Adria Richards (targetted by brogrammers) and Malala Yousafzai (targetted by the Taliban), but not David Attenborough (not harassed) or Osama bin Laden (Target of more or less lawful harassment. Incidentally, not a living person.)