In recent times, Anonymity on the internet has gotten a bad rap lately, and for good reason. Others argue for the removal of anonymity has the potential to foster accountability and trust.
But are there economic gains marketplaces gain from anonymous account holders by removing markers of race, gender, and other factors that sometimes were used to discriminate against customers in conventional transactions?
How can internet users protect their accounts from piracy or ensure they can save themselves from all the online abuses, trolls, hate speeches, and half-truths propagated by anonymous accounts?
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