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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Campaigners have also questioned why anonymity should be guaranteed before a charge for sex offences but not for serious crimes such as murder.
Anonymity is a multifaceted concept which is rarely continual and absolute.
"We are not opposed to the Electoral Bonds as such, but we are opposed to the anonymity. We are against anonymity and we want transparency," senior advocate Rakesh Dwivedi appearing for Election Commission told a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, which was hearing petitions filed by CPI-M and NGO Association of Democratic Reforms (ADR).
However, anonymity is often an essential part of criminal activities and is frequently part of harassment and bullying.
Data holders could generalize quasi-identifiers {[QI.sub.1], [QI.sub.2], ..., [QI.sub.n]} according to the principle of Th anonymity to prevent privacy disclosure against link attack.
And child killers granted anonymity should be told that when they reach the age of 18.
Or can we claim a constitutional mantle of anonymity?
Identity privacy is sometimes referred to as anonymity, pseudonymity or unlinkability with personally identifiable information.
The answer may lie in the desire of global citizens to preserve the anonymity and benefits that are a central part of the Dark Net.
The singer, broadcaster and MP are also aiming to campaign for anonymity for sexual assault defendants before charge.
Since the early days of this research stream, it has been demonstrated that anonymity has different impacts on individual judgments, depending on whether individuals are immersed in a group or not (Deusch & Gerard, 1955).
Governments around the world are pushing an agenda which would see the banning of end-to-end encryption on one hand and the anonymity of Bitcoin on another.
In a statement outside Westminster yesterday, following the police decision that no further action would be taken against Mr Pritchard, the Wrekin MP called for a review of anonymity rules.