The Changing Attitudes Towards Cyber Gender Harassment: Anonymous as a ... Forbes In 2007 technologist Kathy Sierra faced graphic rape and death threats on her blog Creating Passionate Users and in her email inbox.
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Anonymous attack on Children's Hospital continues Boston Globe Boston Children's Hospital continued to be hit with a cyberattack Friday, even as a split emerged among members of the loose collective known as Anonymous over targeting the medical...
As it rolls out its Google+ social network, Google has been cracking down on its requirement that users have "real" names, just as Facebook has -- but are we losing something valuable as a society as a result of this stamping out of online anonymity?
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