Lee said: "If there was no anonymity
, we would be returning to the mob rule scenes that we faced outside Bootle juvenile court in February 1993.
Mr Lee said: "If there was no anonymity
we would be returning to the mob rule scenes that we faced outside Bootle juvenile court in February 1993.
If your opinion is factually accurate, but asserts wrongdoing on the part of another, the government's right to investigate that wrongdoing may override your right to anonymity
Thus we can define two distinct privacy properties, pseudonymity and pseudonym anonymity
was granted to rape suspects under the 1976 Sexual Offences Act, but was removed in 1988 after concerns from police.
In several studies, researchers have found support for the relationship between feelings of anonymity
and counternormative behaviors.
Initially, the PSE was targeting the implementation of Phase 1 of broker anonymity
in March 2014 which involves limiting the visibility of brokers IDs of matched trades only to brokers and their systems.
8220;In short, when anonymity
was removed, civility prevailed,” he said.
Earlier this year Maura McGowan QC, chairman of the Bar Council of England and Wales, told BBC Radio 5 live: "Until they have been proven to have done something as awful as this, there is a strong argument in cases of this sort - because they carry such stigma with them - to maintain the defendant's anonymity
, the hostiles think they're free to post abuse, publish defamatory posts, and even try and mould public opinion.
in video allows people to share personal footage more widely and to speak out when they otherwise may not," the blog post further stresses.
While denying a tax whistleblower's appeal of an IRS award rejection, the Tax Court agreed to grant the whistleblower anonymity
in court proceedings and to redact identifying information from the case record.