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Internet Anonymity Quotes By Don A. Holbrook

The Internet has spawned an abusive malevolent platform that cyber stalkers and trolls can use to harm people in the real world and ruin their victims lives forever with their permanent posts. Cyberspace can also be used to hunt those that prey on innocent people, so that those who live by the malicious words may also feel the repugnant feeling of being stalked and hunted even in their own false sense of anonymity. — Don A. Holbrook

Internet Anonymity Quotes By John Legend

You can always find a stray negative comment on the Internet. It's like everybody loves to put negative comments on the Internet under the cloak of anonymity. — John Legend

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Charlie Brooker

The internet's perfect for all manner of things, but productive discussion ain't one of them. It provides scant room for debate and infinite opportunities for fruitless point-scoring: the heady combination of perceived anonymity, gestated responses, random heckling and a notional "live audience" quickly conspire to create a "perfect storm" of perpetual bickering. — Charlie Brooker

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Susan Schussler

The Internet, my fickle friend, my two-faced enemy, what would life be like without you? Where else can I be anonymously anyone and yet, have no anonymity at all? — Susan Schussler

Internet Anonymity Quotes By William Monahan

But the web is to some degree a broth of psychopaths seeing what they can get away with in circumstances of anonymity. Look, we live in a world where one is unsafe in various ways because of the Internet. Anything can be said. Someone can look at your house from space. — William Monahan

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Peter Singer

The new freedom of expression brought by the Internet goes far beyond politics. People relate to each other in new ways, posing questions about how we should respond to people when all that we know about them is what we have learned through a medium that permits all kinds of anonymity and deception. — Peter Singer

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Kim Young-ha

In the early 2000s, people expected that anonymity on the Internet would be positive for the development of democracy in South Korea. In a Confucian culture like South Korea's, hierarchy can block the free exchange of opinions in face-to-face situations. The web offered a way around that. — Kim Young-ha

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Mike Fitzpatrick

The freedom to connect to the world anywhere at anytime brings with it the threat of unscrupulous predators and criminals who mask their activities with the anonymity the Internet provides to its users. — Mike Fitzpatrick

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Whitney Phillips

there is no guarantee that an anonymity-free Internet would be a kinder, gentler Internet. — Whitney Phillips

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Orson Scott Card

With false names, on the right nets, they could be anybody. Old men, middle-aged women, anybody, as long as they were careful about the way they wrote. All that anyone would see were the words, their ideas. Every citizen started equal, on the nets. — Orson Scott Card

Internet Anonymity Quotes By P.S. Bartlett

The anonymity of the internet is a dangerous but powerful thing - to any fool who will listen. — P.S. Bartlett

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Randi Zuckerberg

I think anonymity on the internet has to go away, — Randi Zuckerberg

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Chelsea Cain

But people in masks were always assholes. It was a scientific law. Give someone anonymity and all social niceties break down. The Internet had proven that. — Chelsea Cain

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Aaron Sorkin

The Internet, in general, I find troubling. The anonymity has made us all meaner and dumber. This thing that was supposed to bring us closer together, I see it doing the opposite. — Aaron Sorkin

Internet Anonymity Quotes By Jaron Lanier

This digital revolutionary still believes in most of the lovely deep ideals that energized our work so many years ago. At the core was a sweet faith in human nature. If we empowered individuals, we believed, more good than harm would result.
The way the internet has gone sour since then is truly perverse. The central faith of the web's early design has been superseded by a different faith in the centrality of imaginary entities epitomized by the idea that the internet as a whole is coming alive and turning into a superhuman creature.
The designs guided by this new, perverse kind of faith put people back in the shadows. The fad for anonymity has undone the great opening-of-everyone's-windows of the 1990s. While that reversal has empowered sadists to a degree, the worst effect is a degradation of ordinary people. — Jaron Lanier