[ZDNet] Twitter joins backlash against Australian plan to ID social media users

As another critic says, the government’s ‘incredibly reckless’ idea would strip the shield of anonymity from myriad vulnerable groups because ‘a few white men are uncomfortable’ with criticism online.

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