The ethics of anonymous online commenting:
I have never written a letter to the editor of any publication without revealing my identity. In fact the prerequisite for publishing my comments and opinions has always been to identify myself. Am I missing something in this argument?
I have been in enough legal battles to understand and appreciate the process of discovery. As a matter of “Faith,” justice has no secret agents. If we believe in an issue strongly enough, we use whatever legal platforms available to present our case and we want as many citizens to be influenced by our argument as possible.
Cowards throw rocks and hide their hand, states-persons speak loudly and clearly and stand ready to defend their position. Is there a thin line between anonymity and cowardliness?