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A while ago, I got a bit of a bee in my bonnet about anonymity online, and why it sucked. This was in the wake of the ‘Civil Serf‘ (remember her?) kerfuffle, when a blogger working in government said some … Continue reading
Back onto one of my favourite subjects: bloggers’ anonymity. There’s plenty of background here. Paul Johnston wrote in the comments: Great to see this upswing in civil servant blogging, but quite understandably they seem to be anonymous. Very understandable in … Continue reading