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(Don’t Be) Anonymous

“Our digital experiences are out of body. This biases us toward depersonalised behaviour in an environment where one’s identity can be a liability. But the more anonymously we engage with others, the less we experience the human repercussions of what we say and do.

By resisting the temptation to engage from the apparent safety of anonymity, we remain accountable and present – and are much more likely to bring our humanity with us into the digital realm.”

Douglas Rushkoff

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