Real Life Versus The Internet, The Importance Of Anonymity

Real Life Versus The Internet, The Importance Of Anonymity
Gaming & Play

Recent developments have users up in arms about privacy policies on social networks and online games.

Naresh Kumar
  • 12 july 2010

Recent decisions taken by some gaming forums, social networks and media sites asking their users to disclose more personal information in order to fight trolling, spamming and uncivil behavior on their sites have received flak from their respective users. It seems clear that most of the online community prefers to remain anonymous and are not comfortable divulging too much personal information to these sites.

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