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28) In the former case, they legalised real-name registration in South Korea, which in itself manifests a sentiment not only in support of people's conservative ideas but also one of stricter control over the nation due to threats of online crimes and calumniation.
Give him approbation and admiration without the least hesitation; or everyone of you shall suffer laceration and amputation in his reputation, by calumniation and misrepresentation from the arrantest dolt throughout the creation
Carl Friedrich Gauss, the Prince of Mathematicians but also somewhat of a coward, was certainly aware of the fate of Galileo--and could probably have predicted the calumniation of Einstein--when he decided to suppress Galileo's discovery of non-Euclidean geometry, thus leaving it to Bolyai and Lobatchewsky to receive the flak.