anonymity

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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

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the state of being anonymous

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Loss of anonymity irreparably harms speakers and discourages other speakers from exercising their own anonymous speech rights," EFF attorney Frederic B.
Those who do not like anonymous speech are free to ignore it, criticize it, or request that the speakers reveal their identities and expenditures.
Anonymous speech has a vaunted place in the establishment of the United States Constitution.
At the same time, you can't ban anonymous speech until people feel very confident that they can hold any point of view they want.
The constitutional protection of anonymous speakers should be the primary doctrinal focus in cases of anonymous speech to reporters.
country, recognizing that in early American history, anonymous speech,
protection for a wide range of anonymous speech online, using a
overregulation of the anonymous speech rights of a distrusted minority.
Supreme Court has held that anonymous speech is protected by the First Amendment from government interference.
Approaches to cybersecurity that would eliminate pseudonymous and anonymous speech online would put privacy at risk, chill free expression and erode the Internet's essential openness," Nojeim asserted in a May 2009 congressional testimony.
The Supreme Court has recognized that anonymous speech "is an aspect of the freedom of speech protected by the First Amendment," (82) though the protection is by no means absolute, and states may mandate disclosure where the dangers of fraudulent or criminal behavior are particularly high.
REED: ANONYMOUS SPEECH VERSUS LAWMAKING IN PRACTICE
Internet permits and encourages anonymous speech, which can have harmful
Anonymity isn't anathema to American democracy; in fact, anonymous speech is exactly what the framers of the First Amendment had in mind.