IIC Australian Chapter Event: Anonymity Online
Thursday 17 March 2022
Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm (AET) / 00:00 – 01:00 (GMT)
Providing users with a platform to contribute to public debate without having to reveal their identity has been seen as one of the building blocks of online communication. But a growing awareness of the impact of online harm has led to some questioning of the desirability of anonymous commenting.
There are strong arguments on both sides of the debate about online anonymity.
This webinar explored the interconnecting issues of online defamation and regulation of social media content raised in the Social Media (Anti-Trolling) Bill 2022.
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