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Online Communication and the Danger of the Disinhibition Effect

The most part of the people whom you meet on the internet can’t say for sure who are you and identify your address and occupation. The computer system administrators and other technically experienced people probably could define you IP address and e-mail if necessary. But generally the internet users know only that information about you that you have reported yourself. If you wish you may hide your identity. The world “anonymous” points out the fact that one can go without the actual name. Such fact makes the best prerequisite for the gamer or internet user developing the syndrome of disinhibition.

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