anonymity

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  • noun

Synonyms for anonymity

namelessness

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unremarkability or unremarkableness

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  • unremarkability or unremarkableness
  • characterlessness
  • unsingularity

Synonyms for anonymity

the quality or state of being obscure

Synonyms for anonymity

the state of being anonymous

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In summary, the Court has protected anonymous speech activity
Those sentiments have been upheld in more recent Supreme Court decisions, including the majority's description of anonymous speech as an "honorable tradition" in the 1995 case McIntyre v.
widely, making the extent of the right to anonymous speech online
This term, the justices will decide whether the right of free speech includes the right to anonymous speech.
Jeremy Jaynes, a prolific spammer in the United States, has had his conviction overturned by the Virginia Supreme Court following a ruling that the state Anti-Spam Law violated the First Amendment to the Constitution concerning the right to free and anonymous speech.
continues its efforts to support freedom of anonymous speech on the Internet by challenging as unconstitutional the new "Annoyance Law.
We hope to see that the American history of free and anonymous speech continues, especially in venues like the Internet," Smith added.
He expects this case will highlight the significant privacy issues involving free and anonymous speech on the Internet and help to establish protections for future Internet communications.
Circuit's decision was hailed by legal scholars, the Internet community, and many consumer rights and public interest groups as a victory for consumer privacy and the First Amendment right to engage in anonymous speech on the Internet.
We are confident that had it had done so, it would have determined that computer users' Due Process rights and First Amendment rights to privacy and anonymous speech are violated by the broad subpoena power granted to copyright holders under Section 512(h) of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
Wallace, an attorney and software executive, takes a look at the role of anonymous speech in the founding of the United States and the subsequent legal history of such speech.
130) The primary cause of action in most anonymous speech cases is
The court ruling helps set the standard for any disputes involving anonymous speech in Washington.
Despite criticisms of Yik Yak, anonymous speech has a long tradition in America.