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being fictitious and not real, as a name

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bearing or identified by an assumed (often pen) name

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Finally, the proposed enforcement regime--information reporting and backup withholding, including reporting by third-party settling organizations may not work that well with anonymity or pseudonymity, one of the major characteristics of many virtual currencies.
2) This concern is perhaps given a renewed importance by the tendency of some recent critics to overlook the specific problems posed by pseudonymity.
76) Here, counsel could have argued that AB's right to equality as a young person required granting her access to pseudonymity in order to permit her to pursue civil legal redress against her attacker, and that the application of the subjective proof of harm standard, which might otherwise be fairly applied to adults, had discriminatorily negative effects when applied to a child.
Twitter's pseudonymity functions as a liberating force in far less noble cases as well.
Anonymity, Pseudonymity, and Limited Liability in Cyberspace, 1996 U.
Plaintiff Pseudonymity and the Alien Tort Claims Act: Questions and
against certain kinds of speech, anonymity, pseudonymity, and
In his second chapter, Evans discusses Kierkegaard's predilection for pseudonymity and indirect communication.
Andrew of Padua already seems to take part in the pseudonymity that crosses the (Scottish) border into imposture.
Reuniting Enlightenment texts with their paratexts, Sher also explores various tactics that "gave authors author-ity," ranging from concealed anonymity, and pseudonymity to revealed authorial acknowledgement (p.
Anonymity was also determined by the individual; although issues of privacy and pseudonymity were discussed at the session, each preservice teacher controlled the information posted to her or his weblog.
Unlinkability, Undetectability, Unobservability, Pseudonymity, and Identity Management--A Consolidated Proposal for Terminology, Version v0.
Anonymity, Unlinkability, Unobservability, Pseudonymity, and Identity Management: A consolidated proposal for terminology" Working paper TU Dresden, (Version v0.
Just as anonymity conceals an individual's real identity in online communication, pseudonymity also serves to disguise it.
Various answers have been posed, from the text being a straightforward transcript of a ceremony observed by the scribe to the view that the attribution to an "author" was an act of pseudonymity intended to appropriate the prestige of a famous ritualist for the work of a later scribe.