Anonymity And Consequences: Should We Care About Internet Asshats Who Get Outed?

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  1. Derrick says:

    When I was in college, the College Democrats consisted of about 4 people. I don't know if I counted as one, but the president was a good High School friend of mine so I often hung out at the CD stand during lunch. Nearly everyday some jackass from the College Republicans came by to harass us. And this was during the 2000 election debacle.

    My logic: if you're not proud to put your name on it, you probably shouldn't post it to begin with.

  2. Clint says:

    Misogyny aside, anyone that writes that way while claiming mental superiority needs to be publicly humiliated.

    I really don't have any problem with the outing of Mr Kochno. Even minimal effort on his part would have kept him anonymous. I agree with Derrick's logic on this.

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