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Norlin on Anonymity

Eric Norlin is arguing that we need to get more subtle and flexible with our concept of anonymity. I’ms sure he’s right. We’re already working out issues about who we are, who we say we are, who we pretend to be, and who we can prove we are. As the legal requirements become more pressing, we’re going to end up with more formal answers.

My only hope is that the practices that are emerging shape the law, rather than the other way ’round.

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