Anonymous blogging in cases of danger
: I’m not generally in favor of anonymous blogging. What makes blogs so good is that people are willing to put their names and reputations behinds them. But there are plenty of circumstances in which anonymity are required for safety — take, for example Iran, where Sina Motallebi was arrested.
Pierce Wetter suggests some standards that would allow bloggers and their readers to keep their identities hidden from the mullahs.
And, voila!, here I see [via Rollberg] Invisiblog, which lets you publish a blog that’s untraceable.
See also Mixmaster for anonymous email (misused by spammers but handy here). [via Intern.de]
Have at it, Iranians! And Cubans. And Saudis. And Chinese….