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May 18, 2010



anonymity on the web is driven neither by danger nor the desire to troll, but by the enduring permanence of the web: attach your real name to something and (we are beginning to understand) that link is preserved *forever* in all contexts, with consequences that cannot be foreseen. Caution and discretion - and therefore anonymity - are merely sensible.

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