Anonymous Animosity

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As the famous New Yorker cartoon stated, no one knows you’re a dog on the Internet. True enough. The lack of identification and accountability on the Internet is, for many, what makes it so attractive. But there’s a flip side to this anonymity — a public figure or even a not-so public figure can be dragged into a discussion and held up for ridicule or worse from a pack of faceless critics.

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