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    Witness Anonymity: Balancing under Criminal law (Rights of Accused in Criminal Law) Introduction In the present times when a criminal trial is marked by hostile witnesses and protracted trials thereby defeating the ends of justice, it becomes necessary to reconsider the laws regarding witness protection in our country. The witness in a criminal trial is intimidated by the criminals resulting in ever increasing trend of witnesses turning hostile. The great thinker Bentham said that witnesses are

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    The crowds were queuing inquisitively outside. The air filled with a sense of expectance as more and more people joined the line. A constant hum of excited babble was only interrupted by intermittent shrieks of joy from nearby rides. Those in the front of the line eagerly liberated their wallets of a few spare notes so they would not miss this experience of a lifetime. The marquee quickly filled with animated youngsters, cute couples, and families on summer vacation. Even the grumpiest soul could

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    The Anonymity Experiment by Catherine Price

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    television graphics and multi-purpose phones to world-wide connections. Unfortunately, the government is having trouble with this growth to protect the people from having their privacy violated due to the information being stored electronically. In “The Anonymity Experiment”, by Catherine Price, states how easily a person can be track and how personal can be lost. Also, in “Social Security and ID theft”, by Felipe Sorrells, states how social security numbers and personal identities can be stolen and how the

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    The freezing wind had chilled my hand to the bone. Even as I walked into my cabin, I shivered as if there was an invisible man shaking me. My ears, fingers, toes, and noes had turned into a pale purple, only starting to change color once I had made a fire and bundled myself in blankets like ancient Egyptians would do to their deceased Pharaohs. The once powdered snow on my head had solidified into a thin layer of ice. I changed out of the soaking wet clothes I was wearing and put on new dry ones

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    Anonymity Within Donor Parents

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    “Mommy, why don’t I have a daddy?” My precious two year old daughter asks from under a pile of stuffed animals, peering at me with those big, chocolate brown eyes. I can almost feel my daughter’s sadness in the air. She is the sweetest little girl ever, but if she were to know that I don’t even know who her father is, she would be crushed! “Because, sweetie, I can love you all by myself.” I swiftly answer trying not to look her in the eyes, so I don’t cry. I feel quite proud of myself, coming up

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    Anonymity for defendants Unfortunately today, the identities of those on trial are not hidden. If someone glanced in a newspaper they would be able to find the names of many people who are trying to prove their innocence. While this may be reassuring for the people who want to know who to avoid on the street corners it is not exactly a fair system. You are likely to find all defendants deepest darkest secrets in the media. It somehow does not seem prudent that people are crucified due to their identities

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    Behind the mask: anonymity on the internet Introduction : With the advent of the internet, anonymity is easily achieved. Anyone can make a account on social media spaces under a pseudonym which allows them to be anonymous. Plowman and Goode defines anonymity as state when individuals shed their identity and normative standards, which leads to reduced self-awareness. We define internet anonymity as a state where an individual feels like he/she is not being tracked, recorded or viewed

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    and the stars themselves recognize the unique power the public holds in maintaining the celebrity’s fame. In attempt to preserve fame and appease society’s ever increasing “need to know”, reality and fantasy are merged, the outcome is the loss of anonymity and privacy to the star. Works Cited Freydkin, Donna. "People - Celebrities Fight for Privacy." 7 July 2004. USAToday.com. Web. 18 May 2009. Gameson, Joshua. Claims to Fame: Celebrity in Contemporary America. Berkeley: Univesity

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    Online Anonymity and Cyberspace Crime The 90's internet boom gave rise to new ways of writing in through access to cyberspace. What used to be printed or handwritten on physical surfaces such as paper, cardboard, or bulletin boards has changed to 0's and 1's, bits and bytes of digitized information that can be displayed thru the projections of computer screens. Moreover, the internet has made the process of publishing one's works, writing letters, or chatting with one another much easier and

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    It is this reason we frequently adopt pseudonyms online. By doing so we grant ourselves an amount of freedom; we are given an opportunity to portray someone our inhibitions may not otherwise allow or society frowns upon. Of course, the apparent anonymity of the Internet causes a large amount of negative behavior, often in the form of what is colloquially known as “trolling”. Because we concentrate on this behavior pseudonyms are slowly being replaced with our real identities. However, the use of

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