TheSignPost: The ability to comment anonymously online is a hugely problematic issue. I think that much of the hurtful and threatening language on fark and on the web generally, wouldn't be that way without anonymity. And anyone would be hard pressed to somehow convince me that anonymity presents any real benefit.
historycat: Good. Let's use this ruling to force all those "real citizens" on political ads to use their names.I want to know what "women" and "workers" actually support Rmoney.
b0rscht: If you use tor, and turn off cookies etc., you can effectively surf anonymously. You can't be traced to an IP number with tor. Can be used for good or evil.
The Stealth Hippopotamus: Go into detail about killing the President, say you are going to do it, and say you have the material and opportunity and I would hope that Drew would serve you up on a silver platter.
colinspooky: I have been saying this a lot - some of the stuff on here, is erm, shall we say legally delicate
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