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ANONYMOUS. Without name. This word is applied to such.books, letters or papers, which are published without the author's name. No man is bound to publish his name in connexion with a book or paper he has published; but if the publication is libellous, he is equally responsible as if his name were published.

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Although the goal of anonymity is to protect the right of the donor, but donors should understand the possible short and long-term consequences of their donated gift.
The takeaway is that anonymity, like many of our "rights," is not absolute.
For the foregoing reasons, even in this age - with RA 10951 punishing anonymity - Rizal will most probably still be a prisoner.
Since the identities used in BSM transmissions are pseudonyms, pseudoIDs, the only way to protect privacy in VANETs is by pseudonym anonymity, or as we call it, anonymity.
Zimbardo (1969) developed a fuller articulation of deindividuation and proposed that there were a number of variables that operated to induce deindividuation, including anonymity, arousal, sensory input overload, novel or unstructured situations, and physical involvement in the act.
Anonymity is a powerful promise of BitCoin, which unencumbered, is a tool for transformation of business and finance.
The law on anonymity was reviewed by the Government in 2012 and proposals not to name suspects were thrown out after legal experts said it would have a detrimental impact on justice.
Anonymous speech may seem like the spawn of recent technology, but in truth there's a long history of anonymity being used for a positive purpose.
A study published earlier this year in Journalism Practice found a significant correlation between anonymity and civility in online comments posted by newspaper readers.
(PSE) is considering the possible implementation of broker anonymity this year, earlier than the original planned roll-out of March, 2015.
Houston, TX, January 23, 2014 --( In a study titled, “Virtuous or Vitriolic: The Effect of Anonymity on Civility in Online Newspaper Reader Comment Boards,” University of Houston assistant professor Arthur D.