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Anonymized identity tied, yet still tied to Facebook, so accountable …

airtimeinc:

Thanks to all the users who tried out Airtime yesterday…

…Another key way we ensure safety is by tying people’s behavior to an identity. In a matched call, we initially keep the name of each person anonymous. If, during the video chat, one side requests to add the other person to their Airtime friend list and the other person accepts that request, then the names of each person are revealed to the other. But even when your name is anonymized, your account on Airtime is still tied to your Facebook account and identity and so you’re always accountable for your behavior

Privacy Identity Innovation exploring how to protect sensitive information while enabling new technologies and business models. Seattle May 15-16

(Source: eventbrite.com)

Here is where 4chan comes in: it is the exact opposite of Facebook, as 4chan is naturally engineered to those with no identity. - Raliv

Trust your ID to Mr Z or Uncle Sam? 

(Source: pii2010.com)

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