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    The Anonymity of Juries

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    The Anonymity of Juries The American criminal justice system has traditionally made the identities and addresses of jurors known to the judge, the prosecution, and the defense. That tradition began to erode with the unprecedented sua sponte trial court decision to use an anonymous jury in the case of United States v. Barnes, a highly publicized criminal trial of notorious organized crime figures in New York City. Since "Barnes," Federal prosecutors in New York have requested and been

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    activity. While there are many issues with anonymous posting, the risks of allowing for anonymity do not outweigh the benefits. Allowing anonymous online posting creates opportunity for those uncomfortable with expressing themselves publicly to experiment with their identity in a safe way as well as providing a level of protection for those who wish to expose negative realities without fear of punishment. Online anonymity has become more of an issue as more

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    Truman Capote’s Anonymity

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    fallacy: the absence of the author. Through his interpretation of the events and the structure of the novel, Capote projects his argument, ultimately giving him more control over the text because of his invisibility. Capote’s goal of establishing anonymity is essential to his objective of developing a completely true, accurate account of the Clutter family’s murder. However, this removal of self is impossible to achieve due to his physical presence in the event. Capote’s determination to distance himself

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    ANONYMITY: A POSSIBILTY IN CYBERSPACE Prajwal F D’souza, 4NM14EC100, +91 7899032542, prajwal.dsouza14@gmail.com Abstract: This article focuses on the areas of anonymity in cyberspace, as to why people prefer anonymity and how it affects their behaviour when they’re online. Also highlighted are the certain aspects of social behaviour that are a byproduct anonymity because of which people gain a certain form of freedom of speech upon masking their identity, and how this brings out both socially desirable

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    Introduction A controversial topic that is relevant in today’s world is the issue of anonymity. This is a regularly debated issue with several arguments for each side. Those arguing for anonymity may claim that it helps protect privacy and bring about positive changes in the world. In addition, it can help bring comfort to anyone embarrassed about something they enjoy or a past experience in their life. However, those arguing against it may claim that it allows actions such as harassment and

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    Anonymity Case Study

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    The question relates to Anonymity, this is when a person is unknown and unacknowledged, so others cannot know their identity. In the old law in the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act 1976 it stated that a victim and defendant of an alleged sexual offence were both granted anonymity. So, with regarding to the media it destined that the victims and defendants of rape and other sexual offences could not be identified or published in the media, including photos or any other details that could lead to

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    Timothy Findley portrays the consequences of the increased anonymity associated with urbanization. In these two texts, rural communities are portrayed as having a strong sense of community and consequently, a limited level of anonymity. In a rural setting, an individual’s identity is largely inherited and imposed: a person’s character was constructed by those around them, before the person has the opportunity to define who they are. Anonymity is defined as "the state or quality of be anonymous" (Oxford)

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    There are many ways to remain anonymous; three major ways to remain anonymous are proxies, anonymous browsing sites, and a TOR. Anonymity is an important aspect to grasp when using the internet. There are several threats that are present when using the internet, limiting information you passively make available to view is one of the easiest ways to avoid some of those threats. Cookie tracking, surveillance, and IP logging are some of the few examples of threats faced when browsing the web. A computer

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    Encapsulation Currently there is a large movement towards anonymity on the internet. Using a VPN or a proxy server to browse the web or check email is becoming a more common place for people in the security field as well as those who are just trying to browse the internet casually. There are a series of security protocols that go along with what is happening when people browse, download and view videos off of the internet. Information is passed back and forth from the requestor to the service provider

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    Davenport, D. (2002). Anonymity on the Internet: why the price may be too high. Communications of the ACM, 45(4), 33. doi:10.1145/505248.505267 Davenport’s article in the ACM periodical is strongly against the idea of anonymity being a right because it rids of society’s stability. Davenport strongly associates anonymity the opposite of accountability as he views that a large group of people depend on identities to create a verifiable democracy and authority. Without a sense of accountability, society

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