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New York Is Trying To Outlaw Anonymous Internet Use

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Published on Jun 11, 2012

New York is trying to use cyber-bullying as an excuse to ban online anonymity by making illegal to use the Internet without being personally identifiable.

Many Internet users love the fact that they can speak out about certain issues under the blanket of Anonymity. Being able to secretively leave remarks online may soon be a thing of the past if New York lawmakers get their way and the notion is supposed to help thwart cyber-bullying going on online.So should we have the right to say what we want on the web without disclosing our personal information? News commentator T.J. Walker joins us to help answer that question.

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