Monthly Archives: March 2010

A very quick rant on anonymity

I read yet another paper today that expounded the virtues of authored content creation and ripped anonymity to shreds, assailing it as a quality that reduces humans to inhumane form on the net. As usual the assertion was that online … Continue reading

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Self-representation online

Yesterday I gave a talk at an AAAI Symposium on privacy, and wanted to share a few of the thoughts I presented there. A lot of attention has been paid in the past several years to the reputation angle of … Continue reading

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