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給評論者們卸妝 Unmasking the Commentors

2010 April 12

給評論者們卸妝

Unmasking the Commentors

新聞站點重新考慮網上評論是否應該匿名
News Sites Rethink Anonymous Online Comments

文 / 裴平銳
By RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA

 

在這是非之地,新聞站點開始反省匿名制。
In a Rude Realm, News Sites Rethink Anonymity

一開始,互聯網用戶都認為這裡的廣闊自由及數碼偽裝是默許的。大家可以於此不暴露身分地對世界暢所欲言。

早在網路仍乳臭未乾的一九九三年,《紐約客》的一則漫畫成了這種自由的象徵。畫中小黑對小花講道:「在互聯網上,沒人知道你是條狗」。多年來,該畫被無數次重印,堪稱《紐約客》漫畫之最。

From the start, Internet users have taken for granted that the territory was both a free-for-all and a digital disguise, allowing them to revel in their power to address the world while keeping their identities concealed.

A New Yorker cartoon from 1993, during the Web’s infancy, with one mutt saying to another, “On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog,” became an emblem of that freedom. For years, it was the magazine’s most reproduced cartoon.


英文全文詳見紐約時報官網:
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/12/technology/12comments.html

 

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