Prohibiting online anonymity is not the solution to offline violence
Neil Record quoted by The Times
Victoria Hewson writes for The Telegraph
Anonymity, as Victoria observes, is a pillar of free expression, allowing those with “unpopular or contrarian views…to debate and communicate without fear of losing their job”. To deny people of this basic right may result in individuals being “excluded from open debate and…closed down by establishment voices imposing a prevailing wisdom”.
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