Talk:DHS funds research targeting anonymity and blogs

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This article should be balanced by mentioning privacy-issues. -- 20:46, 27 July 2006 (UTC)Reply

wondering how


It is clear there are privacy issues, but I'm wondering how to add them to the story without other sources to include.

The ShadowMonkey site referenced has some commentary included, but I'm not sure if that would fall within the 'neutral point of view' mandate.

Blogs are, at best, a troublesome source - which I think is what Shadow Monkey qualifies as. One of the many places where you are free to openly speculate is Slashdot, you could cite our story then add your commentary or questions. That approach does have the headache of people trying to introduce the commentary/editorial here (or just plain vandalising), but it also brings in new readers and contributors. Not all contributions to the wiki need be on the site. ;-) --Brian McNeil / talk 21:19, 27 July 2006 (UTC)Reply



I think it's a little too biased to state they are "targeting anonymity and blogs", at least from the state of the article. -- 03:10, 28 July 2006 (UTC)Reply

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