Sometimes We Need Pseudonyms | Climb to the Stars
Like many of the people sharing their stories on My Name Is Me, I don’t believe enforcing #real_names will eliminate bad behaviour. I think it’s reasonably legitimate for some spaces to ask people to use their most stable #identity (usually their “real name”), but there are always edge cases. I also believe there is a huge difference between “anonymity” (often short-lived and slippery) and a stable pseudonymic identity accompanied by a verifiable reputation. I think such identities are fragile, but sometimes they are the less bad solution.
Stephanie fait un lien vers ►http://mynameisme.org dont je cite un bout de la page ’about’ ci-dessous :
“My Name Is Me” is about having the freedom to be yourself online. We want people to be able to identify themselves as they wish, rather than being forced to choose names by social networking websites and other online service providers.
Websites such as Facebook and Google+ ask you to use a name that conforms to a certain standard. Though their policies vary, what they would like you to use is the name that appears on the ID in your wallet, your employer’s records, or on the letters your bank sends you. They don’t understand that many people go by other names, for a wide variety of reasons.
#identité #pseudonymat #anonymat