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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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To avoid ambiguity, we refer to the former as pseudonymity and to the latter as either untrackability or untraceability, defined below.
Hansen, "A Terminology for talking about privacy by data minimization: Anonymity, Unlinkability, Undetectability, Unobservability, Pseudonymity, and Identity Management," 2010.
The book's finest moments are its subtle readings of the varied and lively case studies, which also enable Newell to question her own methodology, negotiating between historicizing, biographizing and respect for pseudonymity, while recognizing that race, class and gender matter.
308) But the story shows how toxic Reddit's combination of tolerance and pseudonymity can be.
Tax evasion and avoidance are still not likely to be prevailing motives for most users of such currencies, while excessively complicated record-keeping and reporting requirements are likely to be ignored because of pseudonymity or anonymity of such systems.
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.
ANDREAS PFITZMANN, MARIT HANSEN, & HANNES TSCHOFENIG, INTERNET ENGINEERING TASK FORCE, TERMINOLOGY FOR TALKING ABOUT PRIVACY BY DATA MINIMIZATION: ANONYMITY, UNLINKABILITY, UNDETECTABILITY, UNOBSERVABILITY, PSEUDONYMITY, AND IDENTITY MANAGEMENT (2010), http://tools.
More, its technologies amplify free speech, widely distributing ideas and attitudes that would otherwise go unheard and cloaking speakers in pseudonymity or anonymity.
Enabling pseudonymity gives cover both to bad actors and those trying to evade repressive governments.
Commenting upon a passage in the novel La Notte (1996) by Giorgio Manganelli, Agamben writes, "In the process of vertiginous, heteronymic subjectification, it is as if something always survived, as if an ulterior or residual 'I' were generated in each uttered 'I,' such that its elevation to a squared pseudonymity were never truly completed, always falling back onto a new 'I,' indiscernible from the first but not coinciding with it.
suits grey well, pseudonymity cloys with a rainbow.
As the founders of our country recognized, anonymity and pseudonymity play essential roles in allowing political views to be aired.
What follows is an attempt to show the unintended magnitude of Starobinski's comment on pseudonymity both in the specific context of Voltaire's 1760 staging of the play, Le cafe ou l'Ecossaise, and in larger debates in the emerging fields of anonymity, pseudonymity, and attribution studies.
Online pseudonymity allows communicators to express their points of view in a presumably unconstrained manner and present what they usually restrain in other settings.