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anonymous

(ă-non′ĭ-mŭs) [Gr. anōnymos, nameless]
1. Unidentified or unnamed.
2. Shielded from the view of others; private.
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Anonymous came to prominence in 2008 when group members digitally attacked the Church of Scientology.
Anonymous have set up guidelines for people looking to take part in mocking Daesh, with recommendations on how to utilize Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.
There are close to thousand active anonymous members from India.
(Video courtesy of The Only Anonymous)"Due to these actions [Paris attacks] carried out by ISIS, we are being forced to take direct immediate action", Anonymous said.
From high-class call girl to streetwalker, Anonymous is exploited, her life forever altered.
The wraparound Anonymous Alerts mobile apps reporting system empowers students and individuals to anonymously report sensitive issues directly to authorized personnel.
These two brief vignettes showcase the increasing insistence of people who use social networks to remain anonymous. In today's hyper-networked society, the use of social networks to communicate, keep in touch and express one's opinion has become ubiquitous.
Anonymous speech may seem like the spawn of recent technology, but in truth there's a long history of anonymity being used for a positive purpose.
Defamation suits involving anonymous online speech swing between extremes: Some cases involve vulgar postings meant to harass and ridicule, while others take on a whistleblower-like significance in exposing possible political or corporate malfeasance.
UP to 25,000 people made anonymous tip-offs about alleged welfare fraud last year, Joan Burton revealed yesterday.
06 ( ANI ): UK spy agency, the GCHQ, allegedly launched cyber attack on hacktivist group Anonymous, documents revealed by whistleblower Edward Snowden have revealed.
[5] used the dummies to study the anonymous communication technique for the location-based services.