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Transparency Vs Anonymity: Mark Vs Moot [INFOGRAPHIC]


This one is awesome! The topic I would like to discuss about. People are either transparent or anonymous, both are proud and satisfied about that. But in Internet the whole game is different.

Now this infographic from Namesake compares two prominent web figures – Mark Zuckerberg and Chris Pool. Mark Zuckerbeg, as you know, is behind the popular social networking site Facebook and Chris Pool is the founder of the famous 4chan. They are transparent and anonymous, they both encounter their own advantages, and pitfalls.

Transparency vs Anonymity

What’s your take on this infographic? Being Transparent? Being Anonymous?


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    • opium

      I believe in today's modern internet, both are essential.

      I liked the picture and thought it was a good representation, however, it focused too much on the two individuals.

      Christopher Poole isn't a figurehead for anonymity; he has great beliefs and a great vision and is really leading the way for his view on the internet, however, in doing so has become more transparent than anybody.

      Christopher Poole won the Time 2009 award for most influential person. This wasn't a testament to him though, it was a testament to the power of anonymity online. The fact that the founder of 4chan was the selected winner was purely coincidental, it could have been anybody who the global group of anonymous users decided.

      I believe a persistent user identity is needed online; it provides safety, opportunities (for marketing, promotion or networking) and it does give accountability for actions.

      These attributes aren't always ideal for internet browsing however. For example, I suffer bad depression and during a relapse recently I posted on 4chan for advice. My post had 20 replies, all with excellent advice from 'Anonymous; users who were more than happy to share personal experiences and legitimate advice. I haven't explained this to any family and very few friends and so I would never think about consulting my 'Facebook contacts' or other online group of 'friends' for advice on this matter, but with an anonymous identity I was free to seek the advice and other users were free to share and contribute. If you had any medical concerns, would you like all your Facebook friends seeing you search for advice on the internet?

      Or would you like all the porn you visit to be logged and shown against your Social Networking profile for all to see?

      I believe that anonymity is complete authenticity but transparency contains a great deal of pride and self respect. To openly attach yourself to a view, such as a band you like or a political opinion, is a great admiration but to do it anonymously is an honest and valuable source of genuineness.

    • Kavya Hari

      Both of them has advantages and disadvantages ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Naveen Raj

      Too Good ๐Ÿ˜€ Two completely contradictin ppl!

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