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Tuesday November 30, 2010

Where Anonymity Breeds Contempt

The author of this NY Times article believes that "anonymity increases unethical behavior." What makes her an expert on internet trolls? She’s a product design manager at Facebook.

Trolling, defined as the act of posting inflammatory, derogatory or provocative messages in public forums, is a problem as old as the Internet itself, although its roots go much farther back.

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