Venting harsh criticism anonymously
is a long Internet tradition, and for better or worse it's part of the culture of the online world.
Also called "clicker technology," it became known when used for audience polling on the game show "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire." Students use remote control-like "clickers" similar to those on the television show to answer multiple-choice questions anonymously
, and they get the breakdown of class responses instantly.
Hellerstein made the ruling during the oral arguments of a lawyer for ten families seeking to press their claims anonymously
. According to attorney John A.
Others turned down our requests for interviews or spoke anonymously
Then there's Pup, who after hearing a woman being raped and beaten, anonymously
calls the cops over the objections of his friend who warns him not to "do anything stupid." There's Frank and Ellen, an elderly married couple still very much in love, though Frank locks his mentally disturbed wife in the yard when he needs to run an errand.
Shinnlinger has received toys from his students and neighbors and even found toys left anonymously
under his windshield wipers.
Many states set up test sites where people could get tested anonymously
, without ever giving their name.
senior official, speaking anonymously
, also criticized the stance.
Here is an anonymously
edited abridgement of 16 lectures given under various auspices at the Royal Society of Arts in London.
In modern society, people routinely communicate anonymously
when they shop or travel," notes Rob Kling, professor of information science and information systems, Indiana University, Bloomington.
, A proper dyaloge participates in the debates of the early Reformation in England and clearly articulates some of the complaints the early Reformers had with the established Catholic Church.
So let us settle for this one point: Press quotes a person using an alias, who quotes another individual anonymously
, saying that employees of PT-Freeport Indonesia, our Indonesian mining affiliate, carry AK-47s.