understanding the importance and impact of anonymity and authentication in a networked society
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You and Your Avatar: Having Second Life Thoughts on Anonymity and Identity PDF Print
a blog*on*nymity ID TRAIL MIX by Bert-Jaap Koops

My first thought was that a website called On the Identity Trail, with a research stream on Constitutional, Legal and Policy Aspects, would feature a lively debate on a right to anonymity. Yet a search on 'right to anonymity' on this website offers only one hit: a December 2003 piece announcing that lawyers in the ID Trail project will study a right to anonymity. Since then, the term as such does not recur, and the anonymity focus webpage - although covering a fascinating range of subjects - does not offer much for the reader who wants to know whether or not she has a right to anonymity.

To read the rest of this piece, visit: http://www.anonequity.org/weblog/archives/2007/05/you_and_your_avatar_having_sec.php
 
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