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Re: A problem with anonymity

At 06:40 PM 9/2/95 +1300, David Murray wrote:
> I still think that, because of
> the (perfect) ease with which net.rep's are transferrable/cash-in-able,
> the chances you take in the digital domain are so much higher as to be
> (almost?) qualatatively different.

Then good names will have sufficient cash value, that their owners will
be deeply reluctant to damage those good names.

Obviously if one can obtain a good name cheaply, then in might be profitable
to misuse it.  In which case we swiftly run short of good names, and they
become expensive.
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